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There Will Be No More Bare Feet In Vegas, For Gals With 20 Bucks To Spare

March 30, 2012 at 5:15 PM | by | ()

What's a club kid to do when it's 1 a.m., your shoes are off because your feet hurt like hell, but security is giving you the eye?

Make sure you're at the Hard Rock or the Venetian so you can totter painfully over to a Rollasole vending machine, now helping dance-weary gals get relief without all that I-can't-believe-you're-walking-down-The-Strip-barefoot grossness.

For $20, the Daily Mail reports that the machines will spit out rolled up "flats in a flash."

Right now, there are a bunch of colors to choose from, from metallic to animal print, so club girls can still keep it cute. Two Vegas gals are to credit for bringing relief to the masses, with one saying of the shoeless, "'It is not a good look. It's not classy."

To see if their solution is a good look on you, find their vending machines in Vanity at the Hard Rock and coming soon to a location near TAO at the Venetian. There used to be one in the now shuttered RPM nightclub at the Trop, too.

(PHOTO: Martin_Spooner on Flickr, Rollasole on Facebook)

Archived Comments:


Does this too. They had these in their vending machines last year. Smart idea. Barefoot in a casino is not only gnarly, but it's not a good look.

They may even give freebies at the end of a night at Marquee. I wasn't seeing straight when I walked out, but I think I saw them handing these out.

Dragons Den

This company was on the uk version of Dragons Den and got substantial investment. You'll find these machines all over the uk, but are a lot cheaper - usually £5/$8 a pair.

Good Idea

I keep something like this in my purse. The only downside is that they are really flat. They are difficult to wear if you are walking for long periods of time. But they are better than pinchy heels or bare feet!


A way to kill off the early morning Heelrats! I have no clue as to why this has become acceptable in the minds of tourists, because I don't see it happening anywhere else. Seriously though, Dr. Scholl's also has quick flat shoes. I believe they only run around $7. Not as cute, but they provide a great quick fix.


It never fails to warrant a head shake when I see a beautiful woman, or any woman, walking around in bare feet with her shoes in her hand. Girls, it makes you look cheap and tacky. You go to all that effort to look great, and kill it by walking around in your bare feet. This is classless and makes you look like a hoowa. Even the hookers don't look this trashy. It's just plain gross and turns every guy off that sees you.