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Wet Shoes

'cause I like the way it feels
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Ever have a completely soaked sneaker?

Aside from the fact they're wet, I love that squishy feeling.

How about a pair of shoes that feels like that ALL the time?

turner, Apr 29 2004

Ooze Shoes http://www.halfbake...m/idea/Ooze_20Shoes
wet and muddy [FarmerJohn, Oct 04 2004]

Mudsock http://oak.cats.ohi...eanr/msockother.htm
For k_sra... [lostdog, Oct 04 2004]


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       Live in a bath half filled with cold water then.
skinflaps, Apr 29 2004
  

       How do you keep them wet—I’m supposing that’s the invention? Do you have a catheter tube that splits and runs down to both shoes; or do you have great big water-filled balloons attached to them that soak them continuously; or maybe you pre-soak them in a solution of a deliquescent salt, so that they absorb moisture from the atmosphere? Something like that?
ldischler, Apr 29 2004
  

       whats so hard about drenching ordinary trainers?
po, Apr 29 2004
  

       I should mention, not the wet feeling. Just squishy.
turner, Apr 29 2004
  

       So, not wet then, just squishy. Well, how do you do that?
ldischler, Apr 29 2004
  

       Drop frogs in your shoes.
skinflaps, Apr 29 2004
  

       Whatever this gunk is that my keyboard wrist rest is made out of should do the trick.   

       Yes, I think the wristpad gel is in the right direction.   

       I know there are some type of inserts that have something like that already - but they're not supposed to feel completely squishy.
turner, Apr 29 2004
  

       there are trainers already that have gel in the soles...
po, Apr 29 2004
  

       but not amphibians.
skinflaps, Apr 29 2004
  

       Gummy shoes? (note: do not eat)
Worldgineer, Apr 29 2004
  

       There used to be mudsocks... don't know where they went.
k_sra, Apr 29 2004
  

       Opinion seem to be divided, k_sra - see link.
lostdog, Apr 29 2004
  

       no one has sugested Custard why not?
engineer1, Apr 30 2004
  

       We must be slipping.
Worldgineer, Apr 30 2004
  

       too friggin' obvious.
po, Apr 30 2004
  

       i was thinking marmite, or you know jelly (jelo for the Americanos) that you buy in packs before you add it to boiling water.
etherman, Apr 30 2004
  

       Thats Jell-o, señor.
Letsbuildafort, Apr 30 2004
  

       He's so not gellin'.
yabba do yabba dabba, Apr 30 2004
  


 

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