A Japanese designer invented shoes that conform perfectly to the foot
The Japanese designer Masaya Hashimoto invented a type of footwear that perfectly almoldara each foot shape who use it.
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It is rare that a newly purchased shoes in a store fit perfectly our foot from the outset.
Inspired by the furoshiki (traditional Japanese fabric square that is used to wrap and transport all kinds of objects), Masaya Hashimoto thought of a solution.
He came up to do a type of shoe without laces, which wraps around the foot and attaches with Velcro.
is already available in stores and costs about $ 140.