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Twinslipper / Slippers


Twinslipper is not simply a set of overlapping slippers, but separates one slipper into two full slippers. This is achieved by dividing the bottom center of the slipper and inserting a second slipper.
The slipper insertion concept stems from the original overlapping packaging used when purchasing slippers, made for easier storage.
The inserted slipper can be removed by holding on to the area wrapping the toe of the foot. The rail which helps slide the second slipper inside the first is made of an elastic plastic to hold the shape of the slipper.
One slipper can easily be separated into two slippers. By stocking a large number (N x 2) an


Keimyung university

Keimyung university
Daegu, South Korea

prof. Young-tae Yoon


Keimyung university

Keimyung university
Daegu, South Korea

Keimyung University ,Jun-Ho Jin/Dong-Uk Kim /Daegu-Korea,South