The Dark Knight Rises Toms Shoes

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

Toms have served as the canvas for quite a few different movie inspired designs over the years, and with The Dark Knight Rises set to release this weekend we figured what better time to introduce these Dark Knight inspired Toms shoes?

The designs were design by Brandon Phillips, hand painted by his girlfriend Sarah Feldman, and photographed by Sarah Lang. On one toe is a massive portrait of The Dark Knight himself while villain Bane is showcased on the opposing foot. The designs are extremely detailed, and will serve as the perfect slippers for those of you heading out to the midnight release of the film. Send an email to Kidd428@gmail.com if you are interested in getting a pair.

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