But if you're working outside and need to dash inside for a tool, a drink, to go to the bathroom... well, these are great to slip on when you walk in the door! Or, if you just need to dash out on a rainy day to take out the trash or get something from the car these are the ticket too!
Step 1: Tools and materials
- A non-steel belted tire from an ATV
- A bicycle inner tube - probably about a 2 inch diameter one
- Utility knife
- A sewing awl with thick cord
- Binder clips or something similar to hold materials in place
Step 2: Cut out the soles
Use a utility knife to cut a pair of soles wide and long enough to put your biggest boots on top of. If you can fit your foot perpendicular to the normal use of the tire it curves very nicely for the roll of a foot.
Looks like i can get exactly six pairs of these out of this one tire!