A bizarre new thigh-high boot is proving that you really can veganize anything. The shoe, crafted by Canadian fashion brand Matieres Fecales, looks like it is made from human skin yet its materials are entirely animal-free and vegan. The shoes are made to look like bare human feet but with horns protruding from the calves and heels.\u00a0Matieres Fecales, which is French for "fecal matter," will sell the boots for $10,000, Pretty 52 reports. The shoes fit well alongside Matieres Fecales' other unique concoctions, including body and face costumes with alien-esque vibes that have garnered an impressive fanbase online; the fashion brand has more than 360,000 Instagram followers. Matieres Fecales founders Hannah Rose Dalton and her partner Steven Raj Bhaskaran posted an image of the boots online earlier this year. However, at the time, they were partially Photoshopped to the model's feet as they were not wearable. View this post on Instagram It's real A post shared by Fecal Matter (@matieresfecales) on Oct 25, 2018 at 11:44am PDT The image triggered a "huge response" from followers, Pretty 52 said, inspiring Dalton and\u00a0Bhaskaran to create the shoe for real-life wear. \u201cWe can get this alien look and present it and tweak it with Photoshop and make it look really realistic,\u201d said Bhaskaran to Vogue in an interview. \u201cBut at the same time, there is always this dysphoria in us. There is this urge inside of us to take what we do on the Internet and try to create that via real life. That is what we are doing with the shoes.\u201d Artist Sarah Sitkin worked with the duo to help bring the idea to life.\u00a0Creating the shoe was a lengthy process, with four different versions being made, all with silicon.\u00a0The boot's entire makeup - including its arches of the feet, hue of the skin, moles, and leg hairs - was molded to match Dalton's leg.\u00a0\u201cIt is like creating a custom art piece that is wearable," Dalton said to Vogue. While many might view the shoe design as outlandish and just a bit of fun, the philosophy of\u00a0Matieres Fecales extends further. The founders acknowledge that "the masses aren't going to adapt to this," but hope that one day society will "accept it and see it as something not scary or intimidating." \u201cThrough our platform, a lot of people are gaining confidence and living their lives without fear," they said.