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Simply Fab: Apara Grippy Steps

Have you ever worn a pair of fierce heels but was scared you'd slip and fall? Been there, actually done that (and have the scar to prove it). It's not fun slipping around while struttin' your stuff. Check Miley Cyrus posing confident at the 2008 Kids' Choice Awards. You'd never know she has on a pair of Grippy Steps by Apara ($8), to keep her heels from sliding in the wrong direction. These sticky contractions simply stick to the bottom of your soles and prevent any awkward moments from happening. Now that's a quick fix!


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kitaloclef kitaloclef 7 years
A much cheaper alternative is available at any hardware store. Go get the 3M tape that people use to stick on ladders and outdoors steps to give them traction. It's kind of like black sandpaper, but it comes on a roll with adhesive on the back. You can cut the tape to conform to any part of your shoe, which is nice, and it works wonders. My dad used to put this on the bottoms of my dress shoes when I was a little girl. Why do shoe companies think we don't need traction?
WiCkeD_LaDy WiCkeD_LaDy 7 years
funny never knew this thing exist, I've used but duck tape in the bottom too, I've seen to work pretty good.
Tech Tech 7 years
If the bottoms of my shoes are smooth in the last, I slip and fall no matter what! I buy a pair of these (just the kind at Walgreens) every time I buy a new pair of shoes.
simplyfab87 simplyfab87 7 years
I never knew about this. Great find, thanks!
gabiushka gabiushka 7 years
OH come to me in the winter snow storm time!
jknocking jknocking 7 years
LOVE these. They also make all sorts of shapes for inside your shoes...i.e., back of the heel, strap-shaped to keep strappy shoes from slipping, etc. They are fantastic! DSW usually carries them.
Rnicolew Rnicolew 7 years
I'm going to have to pick some of these up...
Jenny86 Jenny86 7 years
I use these, but only when I'm wearing heels over 4 inches long.
misscoopa misscoopa 7 years
Oooh! Love it and her shoes.
berrymix berrymix 7 years
wow , this is great.
angelinemarie angelinemarie 7 years
ohmy gosh, thats actually so clever! i need those, seriously.
girlfriday girlfriday 7 years
You could always use sandpaper on the bottom of the shoes... It's cheaper - doesn't look as nice, but over time your shoes will get like that anyway. It just speeds up the process.
JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 7 years
Ooh I like those. I also love Miley's dress and shoes.
rnsmelody rnsmelody 7 years
thanks! good find. you can also find a cheaper but good alternative to those are payless shoe source. its $1.50 but its a great deal when they have the buy one get one free sale! i usually stock up on them and put it on all my shoes. a girl can never be too ready!
emalove emalove 7 years
I'll have to get some of these for the wedding I'm in this summer...
TheStyleElite TheStyleElite 7 years
good to know
Merlin713 Merlin713 7 years
I have these on the bottoms of my cowboy boots because they sent me flying across the carpet when I first put them on.
JennyJake JennyJake 7 years
Have I said how much I LOVE that dress yet?
cookie23 cookie23 7 years
I use these ... they are AMAZING
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
I've had to buy something similar before from Aldo.
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