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Now that Donald Trump is president, the endorsements will come flooding in. First on the list, shoes, and lots of them. Well, maybe. So far, only one shoe, and it's New Balance.

New Balance has publicly supported Trump for his stance on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which GQ described as "a highly-secretive, 29-nation treaty that amongst many things will lift tariffs on shoes imported from Vietnam." It's a strange move, but these are strange times in which Donald Trump is president.

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Tired of just watching your favorite movies?

Well now you can wear them too, with Vans new "Toy Story" line and Nike's "Back to the Future" self-lacing do-hickies.

Van's "Toy Story" Shoes

Vans is keeping tight-lipped about this line despite some leaked pics, so we'll have to wait a bit longer until their release date of Nov. 29th to see the rest of them, but they definitely look cute.





Nike's Self-Lacing Shoes

Right now you could win a pair of Nike Self-Lacing shoes in an online lottery that's live today. According to CNN, you can purchase lottery tix online or through the Nike+ App if you live in the U.S. or Canada, "but a pair of the shoes will be auctioned in Hong Kong (Oct. 11), London (Oct. 14 & Oct. 17) and New York City (Nov. 12)."

The lottery ends on Oct. 11 and the lucky winners will be contacted on Oct. 17.

The shoes feature an "Adaptive Fit," which "senses the wearer and tightens or loosens accordingly."

Here's Michael J. Fox wearing them back in 2015:




So sing it with me now...




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You have to dress for the part.

This unidentified man was caught making his way to a confederate flag rally, with the stars and bars held aloft, a KKK hat at the ready and a pair of FUBU shoes on his feet.

FUBU is an acronym meaning "For Us By Us" and was started by entrepreneur Daymond John as a way to inject money back into the black community by making their own fashion.

Hasn't that guy ever seen the LL Cool J commercial?



Unfortunately, the gentleman was unwilling to hear out reporter George Chidi who uploaded the video, instead bringing the attention back to what he hates.

"I hate what you people are doing to my county," the man said.

Apparently, he has no problem with the industriousness and fashion appeal of the footwear.

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After changing his Chinese name to "The Panda's Friend" the former NBA star wants to have fun with his fans by wearing these shoes. Instead of making a shoe that includes both white and black, each show is a different color.

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