October 19, 2012

Kushyfoot Fleecy Leopard Flats To Go & Slipper Socks - pics, reviews

Hello, Beautiful!

I've gotten many uses out of my Kushyfoot Alligator Flats To Go, but I'm going to love using one of their newer options: Fleecy Leopard! I also tried their Slipper Socks. Both products shown in this post.

Check out my pics, stats, and reviews... click on pics to view them larger.

kushyfoot Flats To Go
Style: Fleecy Leopard













Kushyfoot Flats To Go Info & Review:
This is the newest addition to the kushyfoot Flats To Go style options. Super comfortable 3-dimensional massaging sole for relief from high heels. They're very lightweight and fold up for portability. Great to keep in your purse, car, desk drawer, locker, etc.

Use these to rescue your feet when whatever shoes you may be wearing are killing your feet, or maybe you had a heel break, or whatever other shoe emergency may arise - you'll be covered if you have a pair of kushyfoot Flats To Go near by.

Retails for $9.99 per pair. You can find them on the kushyfoot website (although at the time I wrote this article this new style wasn't on their site), as well as in stores such as Walgreens, Riteaid, Giant, Food Lion, and more. Click here for a list of retailers.






kushyfoot Slipper Socks
Style: Black and Light Purple


















Kushyfoot Slipper Socks Info & Review:
For times when you're indoors and your feet are cold but you don't want to wear a slipper, yet want something cuter than a plain sock, you can choose kushyfoot's Slipper Socks! They have anti-skid bottoms, strap and bow (they sort of remind of a mix of maryjane style and ballet style). They fit like a sock and are thin enough to keep your feet warm without making them hot.

Retails for $4.49 per pair. You can find them on the kushyfoot website (although at the time I wrote this article this product wasn't on their site), as well as in stores such as Walgreens, Riteaid, Giant, Food Lion, and more. Click here for a list of retailers.

Now let me know what you think...
What do you think of these products from kushyfoot? Have you tried either of them or would you? Discuss in the comments below.

2 comments:

  1. Where can I get this in India? :)

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  2. @ Jyoti Mehra: The Kushyfoot website list of retailers only has USA locations. You'd have to contact them directly to see if there are any international retailers that stock Kushyfoot. And when in doubt, there is always eBay.

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