3D-Printed Sneakers That Fit in Your Pocket

March 12, 2014 | Andy Cush

Sneakerheads looking for that brand new heat might consider these 3D-printed numbers that can be folded up small enough to fit in your pocket or backpack. Here’s what they look like in full-on shoe mode.

No relation to these guys, despite the “Filaflex” on the tongue — that’s the name of the 3D-printing filament used to manufacture them, created by the company Recreus. The shoes require the Filaflex material and a MakerBot machine with a special extension to create, but if you’ve got that stuff, you can get the printing files for free here.