THE TENT TRAINERS
Titled the 'Walking-Shelter' by Australian creators Sibling, the trainers are described as 'a human shelter stored within a pair of sneakers.' Indeed, our diagram shows how the shows convert into a one-man tent, however the wearer's arms and legs are needed to perform as poles. There's no place like a real home.
What do you get when you cross multiple ziploc bags with a jacket? A Snacket! ! Fill with all manner of dips, crisps, sweets, cereal, biscuits, nuts, crackers, veg sticks, seeds, scraps and you'll never go hungry again.
Let's be honest, leaning over food in a cross-legged position can't be good for digestion, but thanks to this rather nifty design, a cotton table top is never more than a lap away.
Ideal for elderly folk who tend to shuffle around; the dustpan slippers can provide a little heap of a feast for all manner of roving rodents. That's only if those pesky crumbs don't make it to the bin.
Abanadonned umbrellas would be a thing of the past if UK businessmen could wear their umbrella round their neck. Bad news for the manufacturing economy however...
HIGH TIDE HEELS
Ideal for the cast of The Only Way is Essex - who love to accessorise a bikini with a six-inch heel, these flipper shoes combine beach practicality while offering an impression of increased height for the wearer.
Adding new meaning to the term laptop, these techy jeans come with a full-sized blue tooth keyboard, integrated speakers and a wireless computer mouse.
LOO ROLL HAT
Don't you just hate it when you get caught short in the cubicle? Let dwindling toilet supplies be a thing of the past with this nifty hat. Just watch out when it rains, or you'll have a head of soggy tissue...
Dubbed as 'the first all-in-one jacket, tent and sleeping bag' the Jak-Pak really is for the survival of the fittest. Absolutely not for people who like sharing.
(Daily Telegraph U.K.)