Furoshiki - shoes of the future
Shoes bought in a store rarely fit perfectly on the foot, and ordering shoes tailoring is a very expensive option for many. The Italian shoe manufacturer Vibram, known for its military and sports shoes, has found a solution to this problem by creating Furoshiki!
Furoshiki is a square piece of cloth traditionally used by the Japanese to wrap and carry objects of all shapes and sizes. Furoshiki shoes, created by Japanese designer Masaya Hashimoto, do not have laces, but wrap around the foot. These comfortable boots are on sale for $140 a pair, and you can choose from five colors.
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