Solecreator

Many people customize their sneakers by hand, with the use of their favorite markers. Sneakers have become one of the best canvases to express your creative vision and if you want to take your design skills to the next level – you can use Solecreator as a tool to bring your vision to life.

Unfortunately the Solecreator website (solecreator.com) is already offline since a couple of months so customers have to look for alternatives to Solecreator. Custom sneakers are also available at Adidas, Converse, Nike, Reebok and Vans. Other custom shoes like leather boots are available at Timberland. All companies and brands that offer customs shoes can be viewed here.

Solecreator was owned by Creative Soles Limited, a company based in Birmingham UK which prided itself in providing fashionably designed footwear and customized plimsolls. The website of Solecreator was equipped with online tools to help you draw and design your very own personalized pair of sneaks and then buy them afterwards.

Solecreator offered quite a broad selection from a number of different shoe brands like Converse, Vans and Dunlop, which were also available in different styles and color options. Prices of branded pairs are £46 – £69.99 and unbranded pairs are more affordable at just £19.99.

When it comes to style options during customization, the designs are literally countless. The design software that they have on the site is filled with a library full of clip arts, which you can layer on top of each other. You can also add personalized text or even upload your own picture or your own graphic design. If you want to add more personality to the shoes, you can also add colored laces for an additional fee.

The shipping is pretty fast and your personalized orders will arrive within 48 hours after design submission and they do ship almost everywhere in the world. Returns are accepted for exchanges, refunds or store credits provided that the item is returned within 14 days and still in its original condition.

The Solecreator website is the perfect place to show off your artistic side. If you have ever wished to own a pair of Chucks that scream rockstar, then better put this on your bookmarks folder. You will leave the site feeling like a graphic artist and pretty soon, you’ll be rocking your own pair of uniquely designed plimsolls too.

Alternatives to Solecreator

Adidas, Converse, K-Swiss, VansReebok and Nike

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  1. Gita November 2, 2012
  2. Karen December 23, 2013

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