Finally admitting there’s nothing quite as painful as accidentally stepping on a plastic brick with bare feet, Lego has commissioned a limited edition run of branded slippers featuring a massive amount of padding on the underside to thoroughly protect bare feet.
Unless you live in one of those weird homes where they wear shoes indoors you've probably got a pair of slippers at the ready for when things get chilly. They'll keep your feet warm, but it's a delicate balance as you never want them too warm. So with every step, these vented GoodFoot Optimal slippers blast out…
At one point or another, who hasn't fantasized about having a limb replaced with a cyborg alternative, or some kind of robotic upgrade? Sadly, that technology still kind of sucks, so it's up to your imagination to make that dream come true—that and ThinkGeek's new sound effect robot slippers.
Tom Boddingham only wanted a cool pair of monster foot slippers. What he received instead was a monster-sized slipper, after Chinese factory workers ignored an extremely crucial decimal point. Hurray for obvious marketing stunts!
I am ashamed of two things. 1) That in our quest for the cyborg life, we were beaten to the punch by SkyMall, and 2) that none of the following products are fake.
USB heated slippers are less stupid than ever now that Thanko has gone cordless. That's right, users no longer have to deal with a cord stretching between their feet and the computer.
Are you trying to live more like Jesus? Is that purity ring just not cutting it for you? Let's introduce to you these sexy Inflatable Foot Cushions, guaranteed to make you a virgin for life!
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We don't know about you, but bathmats are a necessity for us to not drench the whole floor of the bathroom when we get out of the shower. This MatWalk bathmat, on the other hand, takes things to an entirely new level by allowing you to wear your bathmat as slippers, essentially protecting the whole bathroom floor…
Everything USB got their feet into the USB heating slippers and found that it's actually quite toasty. After inserting their feet and hooking up the 4-foot USB cable to a USB port, they found that the heating elements got up to 101 degrees F. Yea, that's only slightly warmer than your body, but it should be toasty…
We've seen flashlight slippers before, but were they in the shape of a car? Definitely not. These Illuminating Car speakers? Definitely shaped like cars.
If combining flashlights with a pair of slippers is wrong, we don't want to be right. Instead of waking up your spouse by accidentally kicking the cat, these weight-activated slippers let you silently glide to the can, the fridge, or wherever you're going at three in the morning.
Technology marches on, and now even heated USB slippers have gone "dual core." Thanko now gives you an individual control for each foot with its latest USB Warmer Slippers ($33) with a two-step temperature control switch for each slipper, letting you crank up the heat on one foot while leaving your other foot lukewarm.
We're suckers for devices that solve a very specific problem, and these slippers do precisely that—the problem in this case being that most nefarious of crimes, slipper theft.
I would personally like to thank the inventor of this product. I can't tell you the number of times I've been drunk in the rain and have just walked through puddles like it was my job. My shoes would get all wet and even with a dryer, they would take 2 days or so to dry. Now with these electric shoe dryers, you need…