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Porsche's limited edition trainers

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We can probably all agree that Porsche are pretty good at designing cars.

Surprisingly, when it comes to footwear, they also excel. As part of their collaboration with adidas, Porsche have just launched a new, very limited edition, line of their genius Bounce trainers.

The reason why they're so utterly brilliant? Porsche created the sneakers with their cars in mind so each pair features a suspension system on the soles of the shoes, which (technical klaxon) transfers vertical impact into forward propulsion to create a more cushioned running experience.

But if you're worried they'll look like motors attached to your feet, fear not as they come in a slick black-and-aluminum with an exposed outsole, which show off the shoe's metal springs. They're also packaged in an awesome special limited edition silver shoebox.

There are only 500 pairs are on sale globally in Porsche Design stores and at adidas.com, so you better get a move on.

Porsche Design Sport trainers; £350; adidas.com

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