Have you ever tried to do work around the house, but your shoes weren't up for the job? If so, then I have an idea that can improve your life. I have a shoe that is both comfortable in any type of weather; and can handle extreme hot or cold temperatures. I call it "Comfy Cool Three Quarters," aka "CC3Q." You can even make these shoes yourself.
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Step 1: Equipment Needed
Here are a few materials that you would need for creating this shoe: First, in order for these shoes to hold together well, you will need a hot glue gun and a soft pad. Also, water proof spay as well as sun screen, so that water may not harm the shoes and the shoes will not absorb heat. you will also need a pair of fine cutting scissors.
Step 2: Step 2
If you've ever used a hot glue gun before, you know that you will have to let the glue gun warm up. In the mean time, you can take the shoe strings out and pull up the tongue of the shoe. After you've done this, and the glue gun has heated up, you can put the pads in various places.
Step 3: Step 3
After completing step 2, you should take the scissors and poke some holes in the front of the shoe. The reason for this, is to allow your feet to breath. Afterwards, you can take the sunscreen and the water proof spray and rub it on the top. The overall purpose of the water proof spray is for people who work in the rain. The purpose of the sunscreen is to reflect the suns rays in order to keep the shoe cool.
Step 4: Conclusion
After completing these steps, you can style your shoe to fit you. I assure you that you will love your new customized CC3Q's.