Parents of Lego-loving kids everywhere know the problem well: Those plastic playthings will inevitably end up on the floor, poking you in the foot as you take an unsuspecting step.
If the Lego shoe fits…
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Unfortunately, it won’t be easy to get your hands – or feet – on the new product. Piwee reports that the 1,500 pairs being produced will be awarded randomly to people who make a Lego France ‘Christmas wish list.’
As in years past, Legos are sure to be a popular holiday stocking stuff again this year. The company reported a revenue bump of 18% from worldwide sales in the first half of 2015.
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