Fondue Slippers

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

Slippers aren’t something that most of us put a lot of thought into, but designer Satsuki Ohata certainly did when creating the form fitting Fondue Slippers.

One quick look at that slippers, and you know exactly where the name of these slippers comes from (think cheese fondue). Simply dip your foot in, and let the PVC harden, drying as a perfectly fitting slipper for the house (although you could also wear them on the go too). Right now Ohata has only made a few different slippers using his own mold, but he plans on producing a kit that will let anyone easily make their own Fondue Slippers from the comfort of their own home, in a matter of minutes. You’ll even get to choose from a handful of different colors.

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