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Peter Max Tennis Shoes of the Late 1960'sPeter Max Tennis Shoes of the Late1960's

Noted Pop artist Peter Max designed a series of artistic shoes for RandyCo. in the Late 1960's. I owned pairs of these as a child in California, but mine werethrown out by Mom when I grew too big for them. Kindly www.ebay.com@160x120.jpg eBaysellers

have provided me with photos of surviving shoes for this tribute page. Shoes in good condition sell for around $400 these days.

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The Grinner, Shoes designed by Peter Max, 1967(?). Originally from the collection of

designer Bill Hyde of Foster City, California. Photo courtesy of his grandson,

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courtesy of of eBay

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Shoes designed by Peter Max, 1968(?). Photo courtesy of of eBay

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Shoes & original box designed by Peter Max, 1968(?). Photo courtesy of of eBay

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Shoes designed by Peter Max, 1968(?). Photo courtesy of of eBay

These shoes (above) aren't made any more, but you can get these Converse shoes right now:

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