Cycling shoes by Tracey Neuls
for Tokyobike

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London Design Festival 2013: footwear designer Tracey Neuls has teamed up with Tokyobike to create handmade shoes with rubber soles and reflective strips especially for cycling.

Tracey Neuls for Tokyobike
Geek camel reflective

Tracey Neuls launched the cycling shoes for bike brand Tokyobike during this week's London Design Festival.

Tracey Neuls for Tokyobike
Geek black reflective

The shoes feature rubber soles moulded in a single piece, which are designed to fit comfortably against bike pedals.

Tracey Neuls for Tokyobike
Fern grey reflective

The range includes Fern laced ankle boots, with small heels and a reflective strip stitched up the back for cycling in the dark.

Tracey Neuls for Tokyobike
Geek camel reflective

Geek shoes also have reflective detailing on the back and are available in black or camel. "Perfect for cycling or walking the city," said Neuls.

Tracey Neuls for Tokyobike
Geek black reflective

The shoes are available from Tokyobike, 87-89 Tabernacle Street, and Tracey Neuls East, 73 Redchurch Street, until the end of the design festival on Sunday.

Tracey Neuls for Tokyobike
Geek black reflective

Tracey Neuls has previously collaborated with designer Tord Boontje to design a range of shoes featuring autumn leaves and illustration collective Le Gun to create a range of shoes inspired by items discovered inside a suitcase.

Tracey Neuls for Tokyobike
Geek neon red

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Photographs are courtesy of Tracey Neuls.

  • nick

    Price?

  • joli

    175 pounds, you can see on her website. I really love them, the orange are fabulous!

  • PTimble

    Laces are always problematic on bike shoes. Not well thought out in my opinion.

  • will

    The main feature is the soles! Well show us the SOLES then.

  • James L

    Are they unisex? It is rather ambiguous…

  • Larry Bird

    Me likey, they look cool and useful.