The Opel Agila Car Shoe

By Manolo the Shoeblogger

Manolo says, if the NASCAR peoples had made their ridiculous shoes like this, it would have been infinitely more amusing.

This is the Opel Agila Shoe, which as you may see, looks like the front end of the new Opel Agila minicar, and is apparently not much smaller than the car itself.

Of the course, only the shoe, which was unveiled earlier this month at the Shoebaloo shoe store in Amsterdam, comes with this…

The flamboyantly European Prince Charming.

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16 Responses to “The Opel Agila Car Shoe”




  1. JK Says:

    It looks like it is smiling at me, and I have to smile back.




  2. Victor Says:

    Well, at least it has a nice, roomy toebox.




  3. Phyllis Says:

    Do the headlights work?




  4. jen Says:

    That would be cool if the headlights worked!!




  5. Lewis Says:

    Dou you really think those shoes are confortable? Anyway as a marketing gag the idea is Ok, but the design is… well I’ll leave it there.




  6. Laura Says:

    I guess this would be the alternative to purchasing a new car. They are cute though!




  7. savvygal Says:

    At least these shoes are different…. amusing. : )




  8. Poochie Says:

    That would be a fun photo to deconstruct.

    I had seen that shoe a few days ago. I’m all for a theme-y shoe (got the Miu Miu red tea cups by the way) but it looks a bit clunky!

    Fun idea though. Better than the flipper shoes right?
    Luv
    Poochie




  9. raincoaster Says:

    I like that shoe, but its range is probably greater than the car’s. Still, comes with a free prince. I’ll take it!




  10. Bernice Says:

    I suspect that, for the price of that shoe, one could buy a small second-hand car…




  11. Bernice Says:

    I suspect that, for the price of that shoe, one could buy a small second-hand car…




  12. Pamela Says:

    hello i’m from argentina living in buenos aires
    i’m a fashion designer specialized in shoes designs, congratulations your product is wonderful, greetings.
    Sorry my english isn’t good
    bye




  13. Pamela Says:

    Hello I’m from Argentina living in Buenos Aires, I’m a fashion designer specialized in shoes designs, congratulations your product is wonderful, greetings.

    Sorry my english isn’t good.




  14. Bailey Says:

    where can I buy such a yummy pair?




  15. Kaykayy Says:

    Does anyone know if you can get them in the u.s.? :DD




  16. Anonymous Says:

    can i drive them?………cute lol













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