Invisible Shoes Giveaway

I think we just found the perfect shoes.  My criteria for perfection has changed over the years, yet Invisible Shoes® meets them all, and not just for me, for they are perfect for my teen and tween too:

  • As a woman I desire attractive shoes
  • As a Kiwi (person living in New Zealand) I want to feel like I am barefoot
  • As a person with a bad ankle, I look for proper fit and comfort
  • As a traveler I need light weight, easy to pack shoes
  • As a homeschool mom, I seek educational and/or fun (these are both)
  • As a consumer, I want something which will last and Invisible Shoes® offer a 5,000 mile warranty
  • As a practical person, I shop for affordable shoes
  • As junior athletes, my kids run in shoes
  • As a mom, I just want happy kids

So what are Invisible Shoes®? According to their website, they are “a modern spin on the traditional barefoot running sandal.” I think of them as super huaraches – my favorite sandal and running shoe all combined in one.

invisible shoesInvisible Shoes® were fun even before they arrived.  They are custom cut just for us, so the girls and I traced out and measured our feet, adding dots to mark toes and a few other spots. We were thrilled; this will be the first time that my wide feet will be able to wear the same type of shoes as my tween’s narrow feet. We also had the option of cutting them ourselves.  Seemed simple enough, but we went for the super easy – have someone else do it method.  (I know what you are thinking, it was a moment of homeschool weakness).

invisible shoesRight from the first moment the package arrived, I knew we had found something special.  Three pairs of custom cut soles (two in the 4mm and one in 6mm)  pre-strung with our selected lace color (we had nine colors to choose from). We resisted the opportunity to try them on before reading all of the instructions.  No we didn’t, they went straight on to our happy feet and smiles immediately followed.   As the directions stated, they needed a bit of adjusting to have the string tension right for our feet or we could change the lacing.

So easy, even a teen can do it (without adding attitude):

lacing invisible shoes

We watched the simple on-line video offering several different ways to tie the laces and we each chose to create our own designs.  We had a blast. And,  if we get tired of it, or want a change – we can just untie and start again. Don’t they look great.  (Please resist your temptation to comment on my silly looking feet).

3 pair of invisible shoes

 

Finally, the best part – we can wear them everywhere, and we do.  Here’s an action shot – best we can get in this rainy weather:

running sandals

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  • We have shoes!!!
  • Only one more painful travel vaccine remaining for me, I survived the second in the series of three on Wed.
  • The girls are done with their travel vaccines.

Disclaimer: I was given three pair of invisible shoes for review.  All opinions expressed here are my own.

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Comments

  1. says

    I’m glad you found shoes that you love. So very important when you’re traveling. Enjoy.

    I’m so happy that you only have one more shot and then you’re done. Good for you.

    Have a terrific day. :)

  2. says

    Hey Rhonda! You’d signed up for my Catch Fire party and I sent the information to everyone earlier this week – but yours bounced both times I tried. If you could email me directly, I’ll respond with the information – all right? alexjcavanaugh AT earthlink.net

  3. Journeysof TheZoo says

    I think that they look super neat and are probably really comfortable. Thanks for the chance to try them.

  4. Jaclyn says

    What a cool idea! Flip flops never fit my feet right. If you look, you’ll notice they don’t fit most people. Love how unique these look too!

  5. ikkinlala says

    I love to be barefoot when I can and I don’t think these would change that, but they’d be great for situations when I wasn’t allowed to have bare feet.

  6. Sarah Carroll says

    I have heard good things about the invisible shoes. The knots on them are similar to the stitch used in tatting lace.

  7. Karen Hand says

    Hate wearing shoes and this product sounds like it is right up my alley. Can’t wait to try them out. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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