GET FUTURISTIC RADII FOOTWEAR

It is time for us to tell all futuristic stuff lovers about BEST footwear for em. We will show you best brands on market right now, and out first post will be about RADII FOOTWEAR. In future posts we will show you more stuff from different brands. But you decide what is right for you, we just want to help you see all futuristic stuff in one place! OK, Let’s go!

RADII Footwear is one of the most recognizable brand of footwear right now. Their style is fresh and unique. Brand is relatively young, like massive futuristic trend it starts in 2008, but they already got a lot of famous people wearing their products.

Celebrities wearing Radii Footwear: Jay-Z, Justin Bieber, Day 26, Trendsetter (the producer) aka Mark Holiday, Amanda Diva, and some other.

From official web-site:

Headquartered in Southern California,
Radii (ray-dee-eye) Footwear brings an
unbridled passion for art and couture to the
world of sneakers and high-end footwear.

Launched in 2008, Radii, defined as a range
of influence, set forth to show there is no limit
to fashion, creative styling, and opportunity.
Radii Footwear’s goal is to exceed the
expectations of the current consumer climate
by offering quality products, creative concepts,
comfort and value. Radii Footwear’s creative
team thrives off the principles of functionality
and fashion forward ingenuity. From futuristic
designs and materials, to classic styling and
detailing, each shoe exudes confidence for
the ambitious forward- thinkers of the world.

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