Would you wear these strange stick-on soles instead of jandals?

Publish Date
Friday, 16 June 2017, 2:30PM

Beach lovers rejoice - you can now enjoy a stroll along the beach without burning your feet on the scorching hot sand.

An Italian company has created stick-on soles that can protect your feet when you're clambering over rocks and swimming in the sea, the Daily Mail report.

Nakefit's waterproof and cut-proof soles are available for pre-order now, with ten pairs costing €30 (NZ$46).

The creators say the rubber soles are heat-resistant, making them ideal for walking along sandy beaches.

The alternative to flip-flops are also anti-slip and can be peeled off and on for multiple uses.

As well as protecting against the sun, the soles can be worn in the swimming pool to protect against verrucas and other infections.

The shoes are also cut-proof and its creators even recommended them to people who want to walk down the street barefoot. 

A Nakefit spokesperson said: "We invented Nakefit to keep your feet effectively protected and at the same time support all of the amazing things it can already do."

The rubber soles come in black, pink and light blue and a range of sizes for men and women.

A Kickstarter page for the product has already raised €118,816 (NZ 183,737), which is far over its goal of €20,000.

People wanting to get their hands on a pair can choose from a range of pre-order pledging options.

Buyers can pledge €30 (NZ$46) to buy a pack of ten for women, men or babies.

Family packs with ten female, male and baby soles can be purchased for €90 (NZ$139).

The stick-on soles ship to any country in the world. 

This article was first published on Daily Mail and is republished here with permission.