Graham Hill’s Gadget Of The Week – F1 Shoes

Friday, 26. August 2011

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My gadget of the week is for those that like to walk like an F1 driver. Red Bull Racing have their race shoes made by an Italian company called GEOX. They also sponsor the team and have now started to produce a range of footwear aimed at those that want that F1 feeling. If you have the money and want something special you could go for the top of the range driving boots similar to those won by Vettel and Webber.

The replicas are made of a material (believed to be kangaroo leather) that allows your feet to breath whilst also being waterproof.

The dark blue boots come with the embossed Red Bull logo on the side and are mounted in a display case for those that don’t actually want to wear them. Only 50 pairs are being made and each will have an individual number.

The price is £700 per pair. For £129 you can have a suede finish ankle boot of similar design with a net sole for better grip on the pedals of your car.

You can even get a pair of unisex Pit Lane trainers starting at £49.95. For more details of these trainers and others in the range go to www.geox.com/redbullracing The shoes look special and with F1 technology built in they are probably great to wear. By Graham Hill

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