Shoes With Teeth: The Weirdest Shoes You’ll Ever See

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While incorporating teeth into shoe designs isn’t entirely new, swapping out the typical vampire-inspired fangs for eerily realistic human teeth takes the concept to a whole new level of unsettling.

Make that rows upon rows of teeth, like a whole mouthful of them, just like on these ‘Apex Predator’ shoes by artists Mariana Fantich and Dominic Young.

Fantich and Young's artistic endeavor involved taking a pair of men's brogues from the British footwear brand Baker and adorning them with a staggering 1,050 teeth dentures meticulously glued onto the solesFantich and Young’s artistic endeavor involved taking a pair of men’s brogues from the British footwear brand Baker and adorning them with a staggering 1,050 teeth dentures meticulously glued onto the soles (Credit: WENN)

Fantich and Young took a pair of men’s brogues from British footwear brand Baker, glued 1,050 teeth dentures on the soles, and finished them off with two gold teeth at the toes.

These supposedly represent the ruling elite at the top of the food chain with no predators to fear (hence the name ‘Apex Predator’).

To add an extra touch of peculiarity, they finished the shoes with two gold teeth at the toesTo add an extra touch of peculiarity, they finished the shoes with two gold teeth at the toes (Credit: WENN)

Take a moment to wrap your mind around that, and then let us know if you’ll consider these your Halloween shoes.

Just looking at these elicits shudders.

Fantich and Young took a pair of men's brogues from British footwear brand Baker, glued 1,050 teeth dentures on the soles and finished them off with two gold teeth at the toes‘Apex Predator’ shoes by artists Mariana Fantich and Dominic Young (Credit: WENN)

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