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Making A Flip-Flop Shoe Lift

Since wearing a nearly 2” shoe lift makes life easier for me, I needed to come up with something that would work with my poolside flip-flops. Well…

I had an extra pair of black flip-flops (that term cracks me up for some reason…) that was just collecting dust. Since I replaced them with a more sturdier version, I haven’t been using them. Something told me not to throw them out.

Shoe lift solution…
1) Cut off the material that goes between the toes on the unused flip-flops. No need for it.
2) Attach the shoe to the bottom of my current flip-flop. To do this, I needed to turn the older one upside down to align it properly.
3) Follow Red Green’s advice and use duct tape on everything.
4) Duct tape two flip-flops together in two places. One place near the heel. The other place near the ball of my foot.
5) New, modernized flip-flop complete with shoe lift ready to use.

VIOLA!! They work like a charm.

Hoping this can help others going through the same thing.

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