NikeID meets Pokemon characters for ‘PokeID’

You may have caught them all by now, but have you got your Pokemon-inspired kicks yet? Gene Lu and Duncan Hoge, UX designers at agency R/GA Portland, have launched a project that crowdsources Pokemon shoe designs using NikeID.

PokeID is a Tumblr that features designs of different Nike shoes in the colors of specific Pokemon characters made using NikeID, the service that lets customers personalize and design their own Nike merchandise.

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