Innovation and entrepreneurship come in many ways and forms.
Who would have imagined two Rutger students in a Panera outlet could come up with such a simple idea as the Klitch Footwear Clip that will free up your hands and prevent the inside of your bag from getting dirty, smelly and full!
This is exactly how the Klitch was born. This is how they tell their story
“The Klitch Footwear Clip was invented by 2 Rutgers University friends and drew the first design on a Panera napkin!
The Klitch Footwear Clip is a patented footwear clip that frees up your hands and lets you hang extra footwear to the outside of your bag. This prevents the inside of your bag from getting dirty, smelly and full!
The Klitch works on a variety of shoes like Running sneakers, Boots, Sandals, Cleats, Spikes, Turf shoes, Dress shoes, Heels, UGGS and Flip-flops and holds up to 20lbs!
The Footwear Clip is used by people of all ages and fitness levels – The little kid rushing to after-school soccer practice, the young woman who needs to maximize closet space for her shoe collection, the busy executive headed straight to the gym, the city gal who wants to switch into a comfortable pair of flip-flops, anyone!
Its lightweight and portable features make the Klitch ideal for active lifestyles. By saving space and keeping your stuff clean, the FootwearClip promotes efficiency and ease. Why carry an extra bag for your shoes when you can simply clip them onto the bag you already carry? The Footwear Clip easily clips onto the handles of your carrying bag, allowing you to air out your smelly and dirty shoes. Do you really want to stuff your precious heels inside an overstuffed purse? The Klitch protects the look of your shoes and allows you to wear other footwear before and after a particular activity. The Footwear Clip is also handy for storing and organising footwear at home or on the road.
The Footwear Clip is designed to make life easier. Small clip, big impact. A product you can’t live without. Try one and you’ll have a FootwearClip for all of your shoes.”
There you have it.