Invisible Shoes offer a unique way to feel as barefoot as possible! Unlike other sandals which encapsulate the foot, Invisible Shoes provide a secure fit with minimal coverage. The shoes are modeled after traditional “huaraches” which are the barefoot running sandals of the Tarahumara Indians. Invisible Shoes are made using only two components – a rubber sole and string. The site offers two options to consumers interested in trying the sandals. The first option is a custom shoe which requires the user to mail a tracing of their feet to the company. The second option is an Invisible Shoe kit which provides almost everything needed to make the sandals. In addition to the kit, the wearer will need to supply a leather punch, a marker, a pencil, a lighter or match, sharp scissors, and a piece of paper to create the sandals. The kit may sound like a daunting task but thanks to the complete and easy to follow instructional video series on www.invisibleshoe.com, the process is simple to follow. The finished product is a comfortable sandal that is lightweight, waterproof and provides secure footing with minimal fabric.

Using very few resources, Invisible Shoes are an Earth-friendly option! The shoes are affordable too – the custom-made shoes are $49.95 and the DIY kits range from $19.95 to $24.95 depending on shoe size. To purchase, visit www.InvisibleShoe.com.

This review was written by Kirstin Robison, who has a passion for everything beauty and travel related. Often found scouring articles and store shelves for the latest must-haves, Kirstin prefers to stay on top of trends. Nothing inspires her more than to find extraordinary products that really work and make life easier. Having traveled to many exotic locations, Kirstin understands the value of products that offer practical benefits. Writing for “Tiny Green Mom” gives her the opportunity to discover new products that make a difference for the user and the planet.

*Company generously provided samples and images for this review*