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July 26, 2005

Foot Condom


It's come to this.

"Mandatory shoe removal at airport security shouldn't expose your feet (and the inside of your shoes) to dirt, germs or fungi."

Makes sense, I guess.

"Just place your shoes in a security tub and slip into a pair of disposable Feetwrap™ to get the personal protection you'll need."

Uh, excuse me for being really stupid but where are you supposed to put your feet after you "place your shoes in a security tub," before you don your Feetwrap™?


Oh, I know, I'm being a hater.

I'll stop.

"After you pass inspection, move away from the security area, dispose of Feetwrap™, and slip back into your shoes."

Probably they want you to "move away from the security area" so when you take the baggies off your feet everyone around you doesn't pass out from the smell. But I digress.


$9.85 for a pack of 10 pairs here.

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Joe, I soooo hate to say this, but
"Why didn't I think of that?" I am really serious. I was 'cringing' the last few times I flew and had to remove my sandals to walk through the security screen. If I were a frequent flyer, I would certainly purchase these. New ideas are so great!!

Posted by: llt | Jul 26, 2005 1:56:15 PM

They look identical to the little slippers my dentist has patients wear when they come in for dentistry. Apparently, the taking off of one's footwear and relaxation of the feet prior to having dentistry done can alleviate much anxiety regarding pain.

Posted by: Robin | Jul 26, 2005 1:30:56 PM

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