The Stiletto Condom protects high heels from being damaged

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The Stiletto Condom protects high heels from being damagedAre you worried you may break your favorite high heels? There’s a new thing called the Stiletto Condom which protects high heels from being damaged.

The new creation not only has an interesting name. It is an interesting product by itself.

The Stiletto Condom is created by World Patent Marketing. The goal of this product is to prevent damage to stilettos and high heels. It should even keep them save from being broken.

The Stiletto savior

“The footwear industry is worth $48 billion,” says Scott Cooper, CEO and Creative Director of World Patent Marketing. “People spend a lot on shoes. And, with this kind of invention, they can feel a little safer with their purchase.”

“There are many women that enjoying buying fancy and expensive stiletto shoes,” says Jerry Shapiro, Director of Manufacturing and World Patent Marketing Inventions. “Unfortunately, shoes tend to get broken or damaged very easily. This invention is meant to prevent that.”

The Stiletto Condom is a soft clear plastic that covers the stiletto and protects it from harm. It goes over the entire stiletto and snaps on to stay in place. The Stiletto Condom is interchangeable so they can be used for multiple pairs.

“All Women should own this product. It is great for anyone who wears heels,” says inventor Sonya O, “Owning a pair of Stiletto Condoms will save you a lot of time and money. There is nothing like this on the market”, she said.

The Stiletto Condom is going to be in the stores soon, but the company hasn’t disclosed the price yet. We don’t expect it to be a high one, but we are interested if it will work for saving our precious heels.

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