We've come a long way from black Chuck Taylors. This summer your feet could be wearing Van Halen Vans, or a pair of AC/DC "Highway To Hell" Converse sneakers. So many bands and artists have come up with footwear inspired by one of their albums, tours, or logos, that UltimateClassicRock.com put together a list of 62 of the best pairs. I like the Led Zeppelin Vans featuring the band members’ individual logos stamped on the black leather to commemorate their 50th anniversary. But if you want to go top shelf, the Stones teamed up with French soccer club Paris Saint-Germain in 2017 to make a Rolling Stones/PSG dual-branded pair of Nike Air Max 1 sneakers. The shoes were composed of suede and leather, with the Stones’ iconic tongue-and-lips logo on one side. The heels featured the words “Paris” and “No Filter,” while bright yellow laces completed the look. These kicks would run you $1,000. Do you wear them or display them?
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