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InchWorm shoes that grow on you

Taking a cue from expandable luggage bags and Tupperware collapsible FlatOut containers, these kiddie shoes utilize a technology called (in a nod to Apple) iFit.

Inchworm uses an accordian-like technology it calls iFit to grow with your kids' feet, and hopefully save some money and even the environment. Solent

Here's a stretch of an idea--shoes that grow with the child.

U.K.-based Fat Shoes Day--while not exactly a politically correct shop name--may just have a shoo-in with its InchWorm trainers. Taking a cue from expandable luggage bags and my favorite Tupperware collapsible FlatOut containers, these kiddie shoes utilize a technology called (in a nod to Apple) iFit.

The middle segment works like an accordion that can be extended with a button release. The result: a pair of shoes that will grow with the little tyke, in two half-size increments up to three sizes. How cool is that? Of course, there's the question of whether these trainers can tough out junior's abuse. Though if the shoe fits, this one could grow with, and on, you.

(Source: Crave Asia via Daily Mail)