Summer Footwear Why Nakefit Stick On Soles Will Be Your Go-To Summer Shoe Choice

Waterproof, slip-proof and heat resistant stick on soles by Nakefit just may replace flip flops as your go-to summer footwear choice.

The new stick on soles by Nakefit are one of those inventions that are so simple and awesome, you’ll curse the fact that you didn’t think of it yourself. And then you’ll run out and buy a pair. Here’s why:

Nakefit Stick On Soles: The Lowdown

Have you ever taken a stroll along the beach and yelped in pain because the sand was so outrageously hot? Or lost your cool factor when you slipped on wet poolside pavement? Or desperately wanted to protect the bottoms of your feet while swimming in the ocean but just couldn’t bring yourself to wear water shoes? If you said yes to any of those questions, then the new stick on soles by Nakefit are for you.

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The Italian company has created waterproof, cut-proof, slip-proof, heat resistant stick on soles that protect your feet during the above common summer activities and more. (The more being things like wearing them in gyms and locker rooms to protect against communicable diseases like warts and Athlete’s foot, or wearing them if you want some of the benefits of walking barefoot without injuring your soles.)

"We invented Nakefit to keep your feet effectively protected and at the same time support all of the amazing things they can already do,” the company states.

Oh, and did we mention the Nakefit sites claims the soles are produced without harming people, animals or the environment (meaning they're vegan and barefoot friendly)?!

Where To Buy Nakefit Soles

Nakefit stick on soles, which are one-time-use disposable products, are available for pre-order on the company’s Kickstarter page, with ten pair costing $33. They come in a variety of colors and sizes for both men and women.

For more information on the soles that are destined to be the new flip flops, check out Nakefit’s official website.

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