What happens when a designer is influenced by Legos and the idea of allowing consumers to have freedom with their daily sneaker look? Grant Delgatty conjured the concept of a casual shoe that connects like Voltron. His idea was simply to allow people to interchange the upper with the sole (itself reminiscent of the Nike Free line) of a shoe thanks to a simple looping system that locks the two parts into place. Not only can you swap out colors but you can also dictate styles. Monday you want a black slip-on and Tuesday a red moccasin look? Done. The line is a perfect mesh for people looking for an everyday laid-back style at a modest price. The upper pieces usually go for around $30 and the sole for about $25 — meaning you can make one shoe into three for under $120. Check out your options and styles at Ushuz website.