- Many parents cannot afford to buy their children shoes on a yearly basis or every time their kids' feet grow bigger
- Kenton Lee has invented shoes that grow five sizes bigger and which can last for up to five years
- Social media users have praised Lee for coming up with this incredible invention
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A man has come up with an incredible invention that will help parents who cannot afford to buy shoes for their children on a yearly basis or when their feet grow bigger. Kenton Lee has invented shoes that grow five sizes bigger in five years.
Lee's simple yet life-changing invention aims to protect the feet of poor children while the shoes last longer. Lee said he hoped his invention will help all the children throughout the globe who don't have shoes.
Legit.ng notes that Facebook users were impressed after Briefly.co.za shared the invention online. Some praised Lee while others said they need the shoes for their children. Take a look at some of their comments below.
PN Nonto Tsabetse commented:
"Big up to the inventor."
Alice Temima wrote:
Ntswaki Leboko said:
"I need a pair for my son."
Lutendo Doreen Rams added:
"I hope it wont be expensive for those poor kids."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian man identified as Muhammad Mustapha wowed the social media community after using local materials to construct a vehicle.
Pictures of Mustapha's invention made the rounds on social media and Legit.ng sighted them on Northeast Reporters Facebook page.
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Mustapha, who is from Gombe state, drove the vehicle around for residents and passersby to see and appreciate his invention.
In other news, on Sunday, August 2, a social media user, Proph Ngobeni, shared with Facebook users why he decided to stay in South Africa.
Ngobeni revealed that the level of creativity in the country is something that inspires him.
He posted photos and footage on the #ImStaying group and captioned it: "I'm staying because there is so much creativity in this country."
The images show a man with his home-made vehicle, a bakkie made from scrap materials, second-hand tyres and other spare parts he got his hands on.
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