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Nendo's Triangle Slippers are Reminiscent of Garden Gnome Feet

 - Nov 1, 2015
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Design brand Nendo is solving a common Japanese problem with the release of these triangle slippers. Though these oddly shaped house shoes mirror the look of garden gnome footwear, these slippers are quite smart.

Throughout Asia it is very common to take off one's shoes in exchange for slippers provided by the owner of the home they are entering. Due to this, any given host is sure to have a plethora of slippers causing clutter in their home. With its newly released triangle slippers, Nendo is eliminating clutter while still providing slippers for many guests.

These cone-shaped slippers are offered in four colors and come in polyester as well as synthetic leather. Due to the slippers' triangular design, these shoes can be stacked on top of one another to decrease slipper clutter.