Hypelev Levitating Sneaker Display Stand
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The Hypelev sneaker stand enables anyone - even you - to defy gravity with a pair of Air Jordans just like Michael. The only catch: you can't be wearing them.
Hypelev, buying into the levitation hype that's hit the likes of speakers and light bulbs, has created a levitating display stand for your favorite kicks. Well, kick, unless you buy two.
True to its name, the Hypelev stand deems itself some "31st century fly shit" that "gives the user the ability to exhibit sneakers in a manner never seen before." As with most household object floating displays, the Hypelev uses electromagnetic currents to suspend soles in mid-air. It further accents your chosen shoe with a white LED light bath, and an air hole at the top that creates a constant rotation that moves just slow enough to max out the Hypelev's Oooo. Ahhhh. effect.
Hypelev Levitating Sneaker Display Stands can typically suspend all enclosed pieces of footwear in shoe sizes up to 15, with a max hold load of 1 pound 5 ounces. Examples of sneaks the Hypelev would love to enshroud in its magnetic cloud include Adidas, Nikes, and Yeezys. At the back of the display you'll find a knob with 5 different settings you can tweak through to find the perfect level and spin on your levitating shoe.
Note that aside from the Hypelev website, which is decidedly in favor of you buying a Hypelev, I haven't seen any reviews or commentary on the display stand's quality or functionality. I heard about it through a Dude Product Tip from Ibrahim S., who may or may not be affiliated with the brand. Either way, muchas danke, Ibrahim.