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Shoes with built in socks

A timesaver when you're running late in the morning
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By having socks built into your shoes, you could save a few moments in the morning when getting ready for work/school/a long day of lounging about. Rather than having to pull on a pair of socks and then put on your shoes, you could just pull on the sock/shoe combo, lace up, and be on your way.
PotatoStew, Jun 28 2000

Britischer Sock & Sandal fetish http://www.sandalandsoxer.co.uk
The horror...the horror...or "Why Hadrian's Wall is still so important" [ConsulFlaminicus, Nov 29 2004]


       Clever marketing idea, the socks get incredibly smelly, and you REALLY clean up selling anti-pong sprays! You would have to fit some metal in each shoe though, to prevent people microwaving them to kill the smell-producing bacteria, rarther than buying your highly-profitable sprays.
philosphus, Jun 28 2000

       What about selling the shoe eqquiped with hostile anti "smell-producing-bacteria" fungus. YEAH.. i just had a vision, Nike Cheddar! yeah yeah! yawn!
enveekaa, Jul 24 2000

       you could call them "shocks"
sk8nizterrable, Apr 13 2003

bristolz, Apr 13 2003

       Why not socks with built-in shoes?
FloridaManatee, Apr 14 2003

       After that photo indoctrination, I am thinking I like the look, [Consul]. help...
dentworth, Nov 29 2004


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