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New Stick-On Soles Let You Forget Flip Flops And Go Barefoot

You could say some clothing manufacturers are trying too hard because their products look simply ridiculous, but even though these stick-on pads look unorthodox, they actually have a set of very useful functions to help your feet relax on holiday.

Created by an Italian company, NakeFit soles are designed to withstand rough terrain and conditions while allowing the freedom of going barefoot. They’re waterproof, cut-proof, heat-resistant, and slip-proof. The slim pads come in three colors – black, pink, and light blue, and a pre-order of one pair runs around $33 on Kickstarter.

More info: Kickstarter, NakeFit (h/t: boredpanda, designboom)






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