Robert Clayton Dean’s (Will Smith) brown leather shoes and a tracking device from Tony Scott’s 1998 conspiracy thriller Enemy of the State.
Lawyer Robert Clayton Dean (Smith) finds himself the target from the treacherous NSA when a chance encounter with an old friend (Jason Lee) lands him with evidence of a politically-motivated murder. While on the run, Dean comes into contact with a former government operative and expert in surveillance, Brill (Gene Hackman) who is his only hope to return to normality.
These brown leather shoes are worn by Dean (Smith) with his work suit. They are intercepted and swapped with an identical pair that has been bugged with a beacon transmitter by members of the NSA so his every move can be tracked. Brill (Hackman) discovers the tracking device hidden in the sole of Dean’s shoe and promptly pulls it out and disposes of it along with several other transmitters that he discovers on Dean’s person.
The shoes are made from pebbled brown leather and feature details such as embossed and stamped pattern detailing around the body. The lining includes a label stating the shoes were made in Italy for Barney’s in New York. Although identical shoes, one is labelled as a size 10/11 on the sole, while on the other, the size has been rubbed off and it appears to be at least one size larger. On the left shoe, the heel can be removed and you can see the space where the transmitter was placed. The transmitter, which is included, is a beacon transmitter and features the original details.
The shoes show wear from use, including a frayed lace on the right shoe. The soles are somewhat worn, but they remain in good production-used condition.
Materials: Leather, Man-Made Woven Fibres, Plastic, Ferrous Metals.
This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.