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: Light Up Shoes for Adults My sister said she was jealous of my daughter’s flashing shoes. Start at the edges and work your way in. I carefully separated the fabric and foam from the backing board. I’m happy with the result and I have gotten a few requests for more from a few people.No one would argue that blinking shoes for adults are cool, but they might not be appropriate for all occasions so I needed to include an on/off switch.Good electronics parts are getting harder and harder to find at Radio Shack. Luckily, I found these tiny switches that were perfect for my project. Each switch has 6 leads which tells me that this is a DPDT switch (even though it wasn’t marked). I need to interrupt the current to 2 LEDs per shoe, but because they blink independently, I need a Air Jordan 17s Double Pole, Double Throw switch to keep the circuits Air Jordan 13s isolated.I only had green wire, but if you can you should try to differentiate the wires to make your life easier later. I cut 8 wire leads about 3″ long and twisted the copper strands so they stay nice and neat. I trimmed one end of each lead very short. This is the end that I soldered to the slide switch.I used Air Jordan 13 a pair of helping hands to hold the wire for soldering. Its difficult to hold wire, solder and the soldering iron. It would be even tougher to hold the switch as well. To simplify things, I tin the wires first with enough solder to hold them to the switch leads. Once all the wires are tinned, I just Air Jordan 14s had to hold them in place and apply a little heat with the Air Jordan DMP soldering iron. With a DPDT switch, only 4 of the leads are on at a time. If the switch is to the left, the middle leads are connected to the left leads. If you need more information about how to connect this switch, go here.Once all of the soldering was done, I insulated the connections with some narrow heat shrink tubing. I added some strength to these connections by wrapping them all with a larger piece of heat shrink tubing.