Horse Kicks are just what they sound like – sneakers for horses. Created from popular human models like Air Jordan or Yeezy Boost, each pair sells for at least $1,200. Horseshoes have remained virtually unchanged for hundreds of years, but that is about to change thanks to sneaker customizing expert Marcus Floyd. Using deconstruction and reconstruction, Floyd has created several pairs of equine sneakers that retain the elements that usually make brands like Yeezy, Air Jordan, or NewBalance650. At the same time, these are essentially horseshoes, so they also meet the unique ergonomics of horse hooves.
Starting from October 24, custom Horse Kicks are available for order via the company’s website, with prices starting at an eye-watering $1,200. But if youa re the kind of person who likes to get up close and personal with speakers before buying them, Marcus Floyd will have a booth at this year’s Breeders’ Cup World Championships in Kentucky, on November 4 and 5.
What do you think about this unusual product? Is Marcus Floyd just trolling everyone, or do you see this thing taking off? Let us know in the comments below!
7 thoughts on “$1,200 Horse Sneakers Are a Real Thing That Exists”
Does it come in quart?
Can’t be real.
Good grief Charlie Brown
Winner of the “Something We Don’t Need” award.
I find it stupid that are sold in pairs. Everybody knows horses have 5 legs!!! (I talking about horses, not mares…)
Horses have 4 legs,equinox. Bug we got fIvE lEgs like get it right after if you’re gone be stupid go do it somewhere else
Bugs have 7 legs, Anonymous. Get it right.