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Timberland Folding Shoes: Know When to Hold ’em, Know When to Fold ‘Em

by Conner Flynn
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These folding shoes are pretty clever. Perfect for those who like to go barefoot, but not all of the time. Or for anyone who carries spare shoes with them. And think of the space that you’ll save in your suitcase or backpack when you travel with these.

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Normally an extra pair of shoes will take up a lot of room, but since these babies fold and zip up, it’s no big deal. This is the future of shoes people.

Just fold the two halves of the Radler Trail Camp shoe together, and pull the zipper. That’s it. Now you have a compact pair of shoes that store easily. They come in your choice of red or black for $65(USD) from Timberland (the orange ones are on sale for $50 now.)

As long as they are comfortable, these are a great design and well worth the price.

[via redferret]

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