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Nancy Sinatra's Boots
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"One of these days these boots will walk all over you"

Origin

Nancy Sinatra/ "These Boots Were Made for Walkin'" Music Video Recording

Type

Boots

Effects

Gives women mobility in their legs

Downsides

Can only be used for walking and light dancing

Activation

A woman putting the boots on

Collected by

Myka Bering

Section

Homobonus-MT8

Aisle

682-5167

Shelf

1237-9754-6905

Date of Collection

January 18th 2015

[Source]


OriginEdit

On November 19, 1965, Nancy Sinatra, female pop singer and daughter of famous crooner Frank Sinatra, recorded "These Boots Were Made for Walkin'" while wearing a pair of thigh-high, black leather boots. After its release, the song quickly climbed to the top 100 Billboard charts.

UsageEdit

When placed upon a woman's feet they allow the wearer to walk and lightly dance, despite any physical ailments that would otherwise impede movement. The boots adjust themselves to fit any woman's feet, but they only work for women. If the wearer has no feet, the boots will act and feel like natural feet, transmitting sensations to the wearer as if they were actually filling the insides of the boots.

A major downside is that if the wearer tries to run, skip, or sprint the shoes will automatically deactivate. Remember, they were made for walking.

CollectionEdit

Myka bought these shoes at a retro-fashion auction in New York.

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