Relive the '90s with a Doc Martens USB drive

Remember those rubber-soled shoes you wore along with your flannel shirt? Now you can stick them in the side of your computer.

Doc Martens flash drive
Dr. Martens

To mark the 50th anniversary of Doc Martens shoes--those staples of '90s grunge fashion--the company has put out a USB flash drive that looks just like a pair of the classic boots in black with yellow stitching.

The $25, limited-edition drive stands 2 inches tall and holds 2GB of data. Flannel shirt and Kurt Cobain tunes not included.

(Via ZDNet's The ToyBox)

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