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Fantasy Footwear: Custom Unicorn/Dragon Hooved Boots

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Because every girl deserves a pair of unicorn boots in her closet, Etsy seller Oonacat will customize you a pair. The boots (starting at $440) are made-to-order, so you can even suggest your own embellishments. I want mine to leave a rainbow pattern in the dirt! More of a dragon lover? Ditto. She also makes dragon boots with spiky scales. They look weird to walk in since they don't have heels, but I included a video of a girl wearing them, and they don't seem that bad. Don't get me wrong, I'd still roll both ankles and have to lie about how it happened when my girlfriend got home, but God willing I'll at least have the bra and panties back in her dresser by then.

Hit the jump for another shot and video.

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Thanks to chichi, who allegedly rode a unicorn to the moon once. Oh I know -- I was there. Riding bareback.

There are Comments.
  • Michael James

    Basically thigh-high horse heels in assorted colors.

    Feel free to Google "horse heels" if you want to frown for a bit.

  • Monochromatyczny Wojownik

    kind of reminds me of Dungeon Keeper ladies..

  • zaned03

    I say nay to these.

  • Henry

    Unicorns have cloven hooves. What a waste of money and time.

  • Jadis

    if you look at the pic showing the bottom of the sole you'll see that the hooves are indeed cloven.

  • TyDurd

    Why is it that I can only picture fat chicks wearing these?

  • Jadis

    how does one walk in those?

  • BrianRommel

    I believe Victoria Beckham wore a pair of heel less shoes.

    "[T]hey were actually really easy to walk in, and I tell you this as someone who feels precarious whenever she has to swap her ballet pumps for, well, anything. I think the trick is that the shoes are extremely heavy, because they are deliberately weighted in the platform base under the toe. This means that all your weight is forced forwards and then downwards, so you literally cannot tip backwards and there isn't any of that teeter-totter nonsense you get with normal heels."

    http://nymag.com/thecut/2008/1...

  • Jadis

    interesting... I might be willing to try a pair

  • Jacqui Kirkland Gigli

    I literally just asked this same question, word for word, before I read the comments LOL

  • Jadis

    LOL

  • marconus

    does it look like she is a little drunk to anyone else.

  • Closet Nerd

    Seems like they belong to Sarah Jessica Parker and her horse face
    ..... just sayin

  • Surprised I had to actually "look" for this reference. Kudos, sir

  • Luka Mlinar

    U'll see Gaga in them in less then a week.

  • BrianRommel

    Victoria Beckham already wore similar heels like 4 years ago Not ones styled after dragons but ones without heels.

  • ceallaigh

    Nah, she just had hip surgery. Otherwise I'd agree. ;)

  • Brant_Alan

    Great, now those My Little Pony freaks have S&M gear.

  • BrianRommel

    Oh another generalization about bronies. I think you have them confused with furies.

  • Brant_Alan

    the only picture i've ever seen of a so called "bronie" was this one I just searched online for
    http://maskofreason.files.word...
    so that's going to be my end all stereotype of anyone who considers themselves as such.
    Tough luck.

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