Rose In Good Faith’s Dildo Shoes Give Foot Fetish a New Meaning


We’ve seen Dove wipes turned into slides, hats made of mushrooms, assumably unworn underwear turned into tote bags, and even caution tape reworked into squeaky jumpsuits (poor Kim K.).

I thought I’d seen all of the wildly whimsical upcycled pieces. That is until I came across Rose In Good Faith’s latest drop: slip-on shoes made of dildos.

Yes, you read that right. Priced at $130, Rose In Good Faith’s shoes mark the brand’s first in-house footwear silhouette, comprised entirely of unused and discarded sex toys.

Sure, the LA-based brand has worked with the likes of Trippie Redd, Polo G, and even Ed Hardy. But clearly, a dildo shoe is not a rapper or tattoo artist’s strong suit.

So, Rose In Good Faith called in the pleasure product experts over at Doc Johnson, seizing its defective dildos and melting them down into thermoplastic elastomer. And thus, the dildo shoe was born!

Simply put, Rose In Good Faith’s shoes emulate the product of a three-way entanglement between Crocs, Balenciaga, and YEEZY Foam Runners.

The slip-on shoe boasts that familiar external prehistoric mold, courtesy of its EVA-plastic upper. On the other hand, a cork insole and arch support round off the shoe with “daily comfort,” as Rose In Good Faith claims.

Highsnobiety‘s Instagram manager backs this claim, appreciating the firm, comfy fit of the pleasurable shoes while taking them for a spin in the streets.

Though the shoe’s actual name is “Plastic Soul,” Highsnobiety readers have given it nearly about every innuendo moniker under the sun, from “diltoes” to “SUStainable.”

Honestly, I’m a little concerned that an unhealthy amount of our Instagram comments wanted secondhand, unwashed, and even vibrating versions of the shoes. Trolling or not, I’m praying for y’all.

Since many were curious if the shoes carried a particular stench, several of us Highsnobs did a legit smell check especially for you (we drew the line at the taste test request).

The verdict? Sorry to break it to you, but the only odor coming from Rose In Good Faith’s shoes is the sweet smell of reworked plastic.

For those still intrigued despite a scent letdown, Rose In Good Faith’s “Plastic Soul” shoe is still up for grabs on the brand’s website, the Webster, and H. Lorenzo.

Note: please act in good faith (and good sense) and use your dildo shoes responsibly.



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