“Naked Soles”

Abject, soul-crushing boredom. 7 days down (working), three weeks to go.

I go barefoot most of the time – in IRL and in BRC. It’s too freakin’ hot during the day for shoes!! In my boredomwhichmeanslookingaroundonebay, I found Naked Soles.

THESE SANDALS ARE MADE IN THE U.S. OF FOUR SEPARATE COMPRESSED LAYERS OF “EVA”-ETHYL VINYL ACETATE (THE SAME PRODUCT AS USED IN THE BEST ATHLETIC SHOES. THE UPPER LAYER(THE ONE AGAINST YOUR SOLE) IS IMPREGNATED WITH A WATER-WASHABLE, NON-TOXIC, NON-ALLERGENIC ADHESIVE THAT ADHERES TO YOUR SKIN AND LEAVES NO RESIDUE. TO USE, SIMPLY PEEL AWAY THE PROTECTIVE COVER, STEP DOWN ON THEM, HEEL FIRST, AND ROLL FORWARD. TO REMOVE, TAKE HOLD OF THE HEEL AND PEEL OFF SLOWLY. ON OVERLY SENSITIVE, MOIST OR BROKEN SKIN, IT IS BEST TO SOAK THEM IN WATER BEFORE SEPARATING OR THEY MAY BE DIFFICULT TO TAKE APART.

“NAKED SOLES” CAN BE USED AGAIN AND AGAIN, BUT YOUR FEET MUST BE CLEAN AND DRY AND THE SANDAL MUST BE CLEAN AND DRY. ALL THAT IS REQUIRED IS THAT YOU WASH THEM AFTER USE TO REMOVE THE OILS THAT ACCUMULATE FROM YOUR SKIN. WASH THEM UNDER A FAUCET WITH ANY TYPE OF SOAP AND A BRUSH, RINSE, ALLOW TO DRY THOROUGHLY AND THEY’RE READY TO WEAR AGAIN. REMEMBER: WASHING THE SANDALS AND ALLOWING THEM TO DRY REACTIVATES THE ADHESIVE.

Interesting. Thanks to LNT, it’s pretty safe to go barefoot but this might be interesting in other camping circumstances (ie, rocks and trees and such). If not just to have the bottoms of your feet be bright blue. I really need to start marketing myself somehow, so people will mail me stuff like this for review! Let’s test shit out! I know my power, women and their new pee funnels thank me! Pee funnels FTW.

The packaging’s fun

STEP INTO THE FUTURE!! And it says you can wear them with socks. So if, like me, you have wonderful socks going sorely underappreciated because they are hidden under your boots, bust them out! Slap some space-material on your feet and show them socks off.

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