These Simple Slippers Can Be Stacked on Top of One Another

By: Katherine Pendrill - Oct 27, 2015
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'Nendo' recently debuted a pair of simple slippers that feature a distinctive triangular shape. In Japan, it is customary for guests to replace their outdoor shoes with house slippers when entering a residence. These cone-shaped slippers feature a unique design that allows for easy storage.

The 'Triangle Roomshoes' are a pair of simple slippers that feature no clips or fastenings. The slippers are designed to fold at the wearer's instep, which allows them to stay on without the need for a heel covering. The shoes are tapered at the toe, which gives them a distinctive cone shape. When not being worn, the unique design allows consumers to stack the slippers on top of one another.

The stackable slippers provide a simple solution for those who would prefer that their guests remove their outdoor shoes when visiting.