As a sneakerhead, showing off your brand new kicks is one of the best parts of the culture. From eccentric closets to autographs, a fancier way to show off is with a Floating Sneaker Display stand. Just imagine their faces when your sneakers float!
Sneaker culture has brought some of the best ideas in recent memory. We’ve seen the self-lacing air mags from Back to the Future in real life. Nike even made a commercial self lacing shoe that’s available today. So, it’s safe to say that eccentricity is nothing new in the sneaker world.
The Hypelev’s name is pretty self explanatory. It enables you to defy gravity with your Jordans. Even if your jump shots are bad, at least you have a sneaker that doesn’t have to flop on a court. The only problem is that you won’t be wearing them.
How the Floating Sneaker Display works
Using electromagnetic currents, the floating sneaker display stand can suspend shoes in the air. A small fan allows the shoe to rotate and glide endlessly. As long as the sneakers are less than 1 lb 5 oz., and they re less than size 15. So any mainstream sneaker brand like Yeezys, Jordans, Air Force’s will work fine with the Hypelev. At the back of the display, the device has 5 setting levels to tweak your rotation and levitation in your shoe.
Your chosen shoe is displayed in all its glory with the white LED light for a unique glow. The air hole effect at the top makes the sneaker move in a constant rotation that slowly accentuates the best features.
Why you need a Hypelev
If you’ve ever been to Sneakercon, chances are that you might find one of these in a display. A great way to sell new sneakers, the Hypelev highlights the best parts of a sneaker. If you’re a seller or know a seller, you can get a few of these to show off new sneakers. The appeal of the levitation will let people appreciate the sneaker even more.
Sneakerheads love seeing new things. Beyond the colorways and new releases, the appeal of sneaker culture is what allows it to push boundaries to show the world how iconic sneakers can be.