If the sleek, logoless shoe itself wasn't enough to pry your $180 (plus tax) from your wallet in 1997, maybe the "T-1000" backstory was. In order to create the Foamposite One's seamless upper, the "foam" material started as a liquid, which was then poured into molds. How does that add up to $180? Well, the molds weren't cheap. Read on.