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Tron Shoe

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Canadian footwear designer Jerome Rousseau has teamed up with Disney to create a Tron shoe. What's a Tron shoe? Apparently it's a shoe inspired by Disney's upcoming 3-D flick Tron: Legacy—a film about a 27-year old man who is sucked into a digital world to save his father, who's been trapped there for 20 years. Not exactly usual fashion inspiration, right? The shoe will retail for $795 and will be available at the Tron pop-up shop in LA this November. [WWD]