By Hannah McFadyen
An incredible spy shoe, that carries a tracking device and a payment ring, is now up for sale for a whopping £2,000.
The gadgets are hidden beneath the sole of the each shoe and even the laces of the shoes have been gadgetized.
They’re made out of Kevlar and can be used to cut through wood or plastic – so if you find yourself frequently cable tied, then these are probably the shoes for you.
Not only this, but the shoe also hold the world’s smallest phone – no bigger than your thumb.
Six gadgets can be stored between the shoes and you can choose from: the world’s smallest phone, a tracking device, a Kerv payment ring, a currency capsule, a Swiss Army knife, a torch, a USB stick, a compass, miniature video camera, an aftershave atomiser, a miniature pen and a pill case.
Made from deerskin from red deer on Scottish estates, each shoe takes two weeks to be handcrafted by experts.
And if you’re interested, you can also get a fire writer to inscribe your details in the shoe: from name to co-ordinates to blood type.
Tim Cooper, Cobbler in Chief at Oliver Sweeney has been in the business over 30 years.
He said: “I’m involved in and obsessed by every part of the shoe-making process.
“We go to extraordinary lengths to source the very best materials from across the globe.
“The leather for the Secret Shoe is wild red deer from Scottish estates; hand selected by myself and is tanned using vegetable tannage in very small batches.”
You can now purchase this Spy Shoe from VeryFirstTo.com and oliversweeney.com.