I found my new favorite store in København. I tried on the shoes but they were too big in my size but I want to go back later to look at more items. When shopping it looks so distorted to see prices 1175,00 DKK. Things are a bit more expensive in Denmark but I thought the shoes were not that expensive based on their uniqueness. One USD is equal to approximately 5.59 Danish kroner so when shopping I have a math trick for figuring out the prices. I drop the last digit before the coma and then double that number. For example, 1175,00 changes to 117+117=234, which means that the shoes above cost a bit less than $243 USD. Numbers are written differently here than in the U.S. Comas are replaced with decimals and decimals are replaced with comas. The number 11,345.34 becomes 11.345,34.