While trying to figure out what Crowe would wear (it turns out heavy armor wearers are pretty challenging), I worked out a mathematical proof for you enjoyment. I have proved, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that shoes are not monsters.
- Premise: All shoes are monsters.
- Therefore, no shoe can exist that is a monster.
- Axiom: monsters were not made by Aboleths. (reference)
- Clearly made by aboleths.
- Therefore, shoes are not monsters. QED
My 6-inch-healed-Numerian boots disagree, however.
These awesome (yet slightly sinister looking) shoes are from Iris van Herpen and Rem D Koolhaas. Like van Herpen’s previous appearance these are 3D printed.
These showed up in my web research on Numeria and cracked me up. Their ‘model number’ is “Numeria” and they completely fit into my reto-futurism dreams and/or expectations for Numeria.
The were only $20, so I had to buy them. But the heal (including the platform) is six inches, so I’m not sure I can ever wear them.
Now that I’ve exposed my weakness and price point, I fully expect to see more shoes in the same line: gold gladiator sandals named ‘Osirion’, baroque satin mules named ‘Taldor’, Kick-ass motorcycle boots named ‘Belkzen’.
These Christian Louboutin boots are what Rule 63 Karzoug will wear when she kicks your ass. Except she’d like them in Jade Green, not Olive Drab. kthxbai.
To my players: Your should completely infer from this image that Karzoug is a melee fighting, ass-kicking type. And totally plan accordingly.
If John Fluevog isn’t the official shoe designer of Taldor, I want to know who is.