139

Tank Slippers

By: on September 25, 2012
$6.99
from
Check It Out

Incoming! And this time, in addition to unleashing artillery, they're also unleashing the ripe, fishy odors of feet that have been sweating underneath an 8" thickness of woolen yarn! Tank Slippers, should you be up for the intermediate challenge of crocheting them yourself, could prove to be the best gift ever given to your favorite armoured personnel carrier enthusiast, or co-worker during a White Elephant exchange.

Important Note: Pattern creator Miligurumis stresses (in all caps and 3 languages) that ordering options and the $6.99 price tag are for a PDF of instructions for DIYing the Tank Slippers. As of September 3, 2012 the shop was sold out of the finished product, though check back here for potential future restocking (reslippering?).

Tank Slipper patterns are currently fashioned for US men's size 10-1/2, but additional sizes should be uploaded soon. The PDF includes written directions, as well as photos.

Buy Now

Largemouth Bass Slippers

$15.99 - $22.69 from Amazon »

Good news, pescatarians! They've finally started making slippers out of fish - check out these largemouth bass slippers! - so you'll have something to wear while everyone else dons their bunnies, piggies, chickies, and...

Check it out

Mk. III MegaBot - Piloted Battle Mech

MegaBots October 2017 Update: A couple months (years?) late, but the duel has an official stream date - October 17 at 10pm ET here on Twitch....

Buy Now

Crocheted Knight Helmet

$19.99 - $26 from Amazon »

Medieval knight helmets. That's what hip nanas who know what it means to give their grandsons street cred crochet. Now I don't know if Dee Forrest is a grandma, but she's definitely privy to what the cool kids these days...

Check it out

The Force Awakens Kylo Ren Lightsaber

Sold Out from Etsy »

If you're ready to finish what Lord Vader started, your saber awaits. Cosplay and collectors' darling Saberforge continues to produce some of the best and baddest lightsaber replicas out there. In honor of Star Wars:...

Check it out

Crocheted Optimus Prime Helmet

Discontinued

My grandma used to crochet me things. Yeah, used to. Like she used to make me waffles from scratch. Then she got lazy and just hoped I wouldn't notice when she started replacing the once bountiful discs cratered with...

Check it out

GoodFoot Temperature-Balancing Slippers

$65 from Unikia »

Not that it's not incredibly sexy when you caress the lady with whom you're entwined on the couch with a ripe and sweaty foot that makes her gag and recoil, or an ice block of a set of toes that makes her yelp and shoot...

Check it out

Brain Hat

$5 from Ravelry »

Too stoic to wear your heart on your sleeve? Then wear your frontal lobe on your Bieber side-swept bangs! The "brainchild" of a self-proclaimed starving medical student, this clever, kitschy knitting pattern will earn...

Buy Now

Kkika Rotating Acupressure Slippers

$22.95 from Amazon »

No pain, no gain, right? More precisely, in the world of acupressure and Kkika's Rotating Acupressure Slippers, it's no pain, no relief of pain....

Check it out

Talking Chewbacca Slippers

$29.99 from ThinkGeek »

Now Wookiee here, feet! I need to you pipe down for a second! This is a sneak attack on the glazed pumpkin old fashioneds while She-Ra: Princess of Power is in the bathroom. It's cool, though. It's a baker's dozen. Her...

Buy Now

Microwaveable Slippers

$24.99 from Amazon »

Slippers. The most no-fail gift ever. Especially when you can stick them in the microwave to make them magnificently warm and cozy. And especially when they're extra plush and soft to the touch. And especially, especially...

Check it out

Giant Robot Slippers with Sound

$29.99 from ThinkGeek »

Perfect. I've been looking for some giant robot feet to go with my giant robot arms. And these are slippers? With Vrrrrrr-clank! Vrrrrrr-clank! sound effects? Did I say perfect? I meant better than perfect. I meant, like...

Check it out

Kids Ultimate Bearded Beanie

Discontinued

The bearded beanie is a perfect way to keep your kid warm and make him look like he has a beard. I have a feeling that it is also a great way to torment your kid, give him an itchy face, and possibly have lasting effects...