DIY shoes can be assembled and customized at home
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We recently wrote about Bamin, the modular bag that comes in several pieces to be zipped together and swapped around by the consumer. Bringing this model to footwear, PIKKPACK is a range of shoes that use just three pieces of material to enable anyone to assemble and customize them. Designed by Hungary-based Sara Gulyas, the shoes take their inspiration from the bocskor, a type of Hungarian moccasin. Each shoe is made of three pieces — the sole, a leather upper and a ribbon that ties the upper around the foot. Instead of coming in a bulky box that won't fit…
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