Before you get too disappointed that the shoes aren’t available for purchase, understand that this is cool but somewhat nerdy. If you want to show your fanboy allegiance to either for these sites, start with the obligatory T-shirt
Facebook as a brand is increasingly on the rise and I thought it would be interesting to see what it would look like if Adidas also released a limited edition Facebook Superstar, so I worked on my own design of the shoe and this is what I came up with,” said Gerry Mckay, the man behind the concept designs for Facebook and Twitter-branded Adidas shoes. Sadly, he is employed neither by Adidas nor one of the two social networking giants.
Although I’m more of a fan of the DeLorean Dunks from Nike, these (if made) sneakers could handle on their own.