let your feet be free with the nakefit stick-on soles! the hypoallergenic adhesive pads allow you to walk freely wherever you want without having to wear shoes. whether you’re on the beach, at the spa, or walking on the rocks, these handy soles might mean you never need to wear flip flops again.

 

 

designed and produced in italy, the nakefit non-slip stick-on soles are waterproof and protect your feet from cuts and sores. available in black, pink and light blue, the comfy pads can be slipped on and off easily and can be found here on kickstarter

  

  • Why wouldn’t I just go barefoot? My main reason for wearing shoes is that some businesses don’t like seeing you barefoot, which would still be a problem with this product. I’d be more interested in the opposite: stick on panels that look like shoes but leave the sole uncovered.

    Sally says:
  • where do i order them and how much are they

    Joyce Johnson says:
  • I LOVE THE IDEA OF PROTECTING THE SOLES OF YOUR FEET WHEN BAREFOOT!

    Rene says:
  • Brilliant! I need these for everyday wear at the pool where I work as a lifeguard year around. The concrete is always so hot!

    Michele says:
  • They can be stick and removed to your feet how many times? You can wash them and stick them again to your feet? The adherence is everlasting, does not matter how many times you use them, they allways stick???

    Guida says:
  • In response to Sallys question, are you freakin kidding me? Panels that “look like shoes but leave the sole uncovered!” Never heard of something so ridiculous! Most businesses that require footwear is because they don’t want the liability of you injuring your foot in the place NOT because they don’t want to see your bare foot! Anyway here in Hawaii, where there are coral reefs, these would be amazing to wear instead of bulky booties! Ordered mine!

    Conolulu says:
  • Is the whole thing made from rubber for example the part that sticks is that rubber because i have a latex allergy and would like to try these but cant if ill have a bad reaction

    Heather Sting says:
  • So cool!!!

    Tamara says:
  • Purple or rainbow color ?

    nelsondreyesarchitect says:
  • great idea! I’d try them – feet are best left free, and with good sole protection, this idea could only be for foot betterment! xs

    susanne lorraine harford says:
  • If these are reusable: fantastic! If you throw them away after one use: hugely wasteful.

    KDS says:
  • I have a feeling these are made from the same material as Kinesio Tape or so called athletic physical therapy tape. I still feel a very thin material will not protect you from sharp objects and jagged little stones. Not to mention they ae most likely a one time use peel off and throw away and then buy more product. I’ll stick with my sandals that last for years and my bare feet at the beach.

    Paul Franke says:
  • Frequently Asked Questions
    Are Nakefit reusable?
    Nakefit is disposable, anyway It can last up to 24 hours

    andrereve says:
  • can you use it more them once?

    joy says:

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