Stick-on shoes - or, to be more precise, Naked Foot hypoallergenic adhesive pads - remind me of that scary moment at the beach when I'm walking barefoot and start to feel like someone's dirty old Band-Aid is stuck to my foot. Except with Naked Foot, it's protecting me from those dirty old Band-Aids in my path, along with any sharp objects and fungal infections looking to latch on to my feet, too.
Naked Foot adhesive pads look like a cross between an insole and a tray of paint you accidentally stepped in. According to the team that created them, the barefoot enablers stick on and peel off your feet easily, and stay firmly in place, ready to provide a bevy of services during your wear time in between. Slip into a pair of Naked Foot today:
On the street. They are cut- and abrasion-resistant on paving for the barefoot runners and walkers out there.
On the rocks. The trail and mountain rocks, not the ones in your glass. Though since Naked Foot is anti-slip and appropriate for any soil.
In the sand. Protect the bottoms of your feet from burning when worn on hot sand.
At the pool. And in the pool. Naked Foot is waterproof. For kids who ignore the "No Running" signs, they'll also help cut down on slips, plus help protect feet from warts and verrucas.
Around the spa. No flip-flopping (or flip-slipping on wet tile) required.