Swiss Protection Socks for barefoot enthusiasts

According to the authors of the Swiss Barefoot Company's alternative to traditional shoes, their new unusual socks will come in handy for those who like to go barefoot and without shoes, but would not like to hurt their feet.

We also want to inform you that this manufacturer also sells sweatshirts in Kiev, which can be found on the websites of Ukraine.

The material from which these Swiss Protection Socks (SPS) are made is knitwear. It is interesting for its composition: fifty percent Kevlar used in body armor, thirty-two percent polyester, ten percent cotton and eight percent spandex. Polyvinyl chloride was used to make the sole.

Such socks easily cope with splinters, pointed stones, and various branches. Sand does not seep into such socks, but they let water through. If you walk on the asphalt in them, they will soon wear out.

The Swiss say the SPS gives people "an absolute sense of barefoot and shared security." A pair of such socks will cost from fifty-five euros and the price will fluctuate depending on the size.