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Shoes that fold up and fit into your gym bag don't exactly suggest cutting-edge style but this latest invention from Redfoot looks to be both practical and fashion-conscious.

The folding loafer has been designed to deliver the comfort and support of a high-quality shoe but at just half the weight and when folded, it only takes up a third of the storage space.

It's not just a case of squashing them down to fit. They're made from soft leather and have patented split soles so they can fit into a small provided wallet and then easily be placed inside glove boxes/manbags/wash bags etc.

The shoes retail for £110 (see, we said they were nice) and you can get yourself a pair here.

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