ONFAdd's rain socks protect your shoes from mud and water
 

ONFAdd's rain socks protect your shoes from mud and water

lately the popularity of sneakers have been growing very fast. the japanese brand ONFAdd created ‘rain socks’ — a solution which makes us want to wear our favourites anytime, even on a rainy day.

ONFAdd's rain socks protect your shoes from mud and water
rain socks make us want to wear sneakers anytime

 

 

rain socks fit well with any kind of shoes, so you can use them anytime and anywhere because of the minimal design. the socks protect your shoes from water and mud, so they will stay dry and clean.

ONFAdd's rain socks protect your shoes from mud and water
rain socks fit well with any kind of shoes

 

 

in order to make the product usable in the city, ONFAdd designed it as simple as possible but still stylish. the elasticity of the rubber is one of the most notable functions for the rain socks. they keep your shoes’ silhouette while on.

ONFAdd's rain socks protect your shoes from mud and waterwaterproof: as the product is made out of rubber, it repels water perfectly

 

 

since the rain socks are made of natural rubber material called elastic latex, it will not be teared much even if they are worn repeatedly. weighing less than 100g, they are designed not to be a burden even if you put them in your pocket or your bag.

ONFAdd's rain socks protect your shoes from mud and water
durability: since this product is made of natural rubber material called elastic latex, it will not be teared much even if they are worn repeatedly

 

 

with this product, ONFAdd aims to raise 10,030 us dollars on kickstarter and it seem to go pretty well!  

ONFAdd's rain socks protect your shoes from mud and water
portability: weighing less than 100g, it is designed not to be a burden even if you put them in your pocket or your bag

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

edited by: maria erman | designboom

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