UNCUT Slippers: Instant DIY Footwear

UNCUT Slippers: Instant DIY Footwear
Design & Architecture
Dan Gould
  • 5 march 2009

Though they may not win style points, the idea behind the UNCUT Slippers is admirable. Designer Ernest Perera created the product, which is nothing more than a sheet of felt with a printed pattern of a slipper. Simply cut out the shapes, fold it over, and you have a simple pair of shoes. Die-lines are included for EU sizes 30-46, and a strip of Velcro is used to fasten them to your feet.  And since the felt is made of all natural materials, you can throw away the scraps into a compost pile.

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