Footwears designed to look like human feet have emerged online and causing mixed reactions among social media users.
Some fashion brands and outfits are taking their innovation to the whole new level and patrons are yet to come to terms with the new innovation by the shoe brand.
A Twitter user handle @LifeofPaul shared a wired looking photos of a shoe produced looking like a feet of a human.
The shoes were constructed in the shape and form of a human with blue lace tacked firmly on the shoe.
It was available in a variety of style, colours and shoe packaging, just like normal sneakers.
Reacting to the photos, some twitter users alluded to the fact that, the shoes are very scary and will put one in fear at midnight someone see it, however a user of the platform wondered how possible it is for her to be wearing someone else's leg.
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