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Uber creates £695 designer shoes – but they come with £500 credit so you dont have to worry about sore feet

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Its almost party season and time to add some sparkle to your wardrobe.

You might find the perfect pair of shoes, but wearing them is a whole other story.

The glitzy sky-high platforms seemed like a good idea until a few hours in and you are struggling to stand.

Well now it seems Uber has the answer.

The taxi app company has teamed up with British show brand Charlotte Olympia to launch a pair of gold glittery heels.

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And the heels come with £500 credit so you can wear them anywhere, without having to worry about your feet getting sore.

The collaboration comes just weeks after Adidas announced a collaboration with Transport for London where the £80 trainers came with an £80 Oyster card.

But these heels are a bit pricier – costing £695.

Once purchased, the shoes will be presented with soft leather tag containing a unique Uber credit. The credit is redeemable against all services available on the Uber app.

(Picture: Uber)

(Picture: Uber)

But you better be quick – the shoes are being sold in a strictly limited run of 14 pairs. They will be available to purchase from Harvey Nichols Knightsbridge from 15 November 2018.

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Charlotte Olympia said: My brand motto is “The higher the heel, the better you feel” and now you can guarantee that you and your dancing shoes will be looked after when going from party to party this holiday season with the touch of an app.

Deb Dee, Group Marketing & Creative Director Harvey Nichols: No-one wants a new pair of Charlotte Olympia shoes ruined by the unpredictable British weather. This special pair of shoes comes with £500 of Uber credit, so with all the chivalry of a knight on horseback, both you and your shoes will be safely escorted to and from all of your Christmas parties.

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