These shoes were made for migrants to U.S.
The high-top sneakers cost $215 at a San Diego boutique, but the designer is giving them away to migrants before they cross to this side of the U.S.-Mexico border.
These are no ordinary shoes.
A compass and flashlight dangle from one shoelace. The pocket in the tongue is for money or pain relievers. A rough map of the border region is printed on a removable insole.
Immigrants to be are happy to have the sturdy, lightweight shoes for the hike — or dash — into the United States.
HAT TIP: Rick Hickey, VP of OFIR
The shoe designer should be declared an enemy of America, the company who manufactures the shoes should not be allowed to import/export anything from this country, and the company who distributes or retails these should be boycotted. This is absolutely disgusting.