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Grass Flip Flops

Maker - Vickie Canepa

Grass Flip Flops
Small Business Support
Underrepresented Entrepreneur

Maker Story

Soft & Refreshing

Grass Flip Flops give you that relaxed, barefoot experience of walking on real grass—wherever you are.

This head-turning footwear is lined with faux turf that looks realistic, feels soft, and is surprisingly comfortable. Each step is like a grassy, mini foot massage that mimics walking on the real thing. And also like the real thing, you can hose these down to clean them.

The flip flops are generously sized and run a little wider than usual—to better show off all of that greenery from the side. The grass will conform to your feet with wear, but just a little fluffing (raking?) with your fingers will get the blades back into shape.

Quinn Canepa and his mom, Vicki, came up with this idea for a class project. The reaction to the flip flops was so positive, Vicki began making them for other kids—as well as grown-ups—to enjoy their own walk on the grass.

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Discovered 7/5/2016

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Small Business Support
Underrepresented Entrepreneur

Maker Story

Soft & Refreshing

Grass Flip Flops give you that relaxed, barefoot experience of walking on real grass—wherever you are.

This head-turning footwear is lined with faux turf that looks realistic, feels soft, and is surprisingly comfortable. Each step is like a grassy, mini foot massage that mimics walking on the real thing. And also like the real thing, you can hose these down to clean them.

The flip flops are generously sized and run a little wider than usual—to better show off all of that greenery from the side. The grass will conform to your feet with wear, but just a little fluffing (raking?) with your fingers will get the blades back into shape.

Quinn Canepa and his mom, Vicki, came up with this idea for a class project. The reaction to the flip flops was so positive, Vicki began making them for other kids—as well as grown-ups—to enjoy their own walk on the grass.