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Consumers who've fantasized about taking small steps in NASA moon boots now can fulfill their wish—without becoming an astronaut.
To commemorate the 45th anniversary of the 1969 moon landing, a partnership among General Electric, shoe company Android Homme, and shopping site JackThreads will offer 100 pairs of high-top sneakers inspired by the boots astronauts wore to the moon, The Verge reported.
The sale will start on Sunday at 4:18 p.m. ET, the same time as the moon landing, The Verge wrote. Shoppers can grab the shoes for $196.90 on JackThreads.
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The sneakers—all gray and silver with a silver gloss—will have 1969 engraved near the back heel. GE has promoted the shoe's materials, which include "super-light, heat-resistant carbon fiber," The Verge said.
GE contributed materials and planning to the moon landing.