Harperwoods, a new start-up requesting backers on Kickstarter, is offering bespoke footwear through their e-commerce site that will let the consumer design their own shoes.
The company distinguishes itself by providing customers any array of customizable options in a “Virtual Design Studio.” In the studio, consumers select colors, materials and designs to create their own personal product. According to Harperwoods, consumers will have the option of nearly 7 billion possible combinations to choose from.
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