How to Make Tire Sandals

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)


The last pair of sandals you’ll ever own. Guaranteed! Help the planet while helping yourself to a free pair of shoes and recycle a tire today.



Description product money back garunteeEver wonder why your favorite shoes wear out so fast? Wish they’d last longer? Free yourself from mundane footwear, make your own shoes from tires warranted not to wear out for 60,000 miles. Never buy another pair again!

Simple and basic, no specialty knowledge/experience needed. Typical items used making access available to everyone.

  • Cheap AND easy
  • Is applicable in any region, any temperature and adapted to any size required
  • Beginner to Experienced level format (process made simple)
  • Tested, and now patented process
  • Set up time is typically 2 days.
  • 100% money back guarantee if not satisfied
  • Free unlimited support

Dan Martin’s has written his guides so that everyone, everywhere, of all ages and genders can easily carry-out each set of step by step instructions at the lowest cost (often with free materials) possible. They’re packed with easy to read directions, clear step specific photos and great diagrams/drawings.

No more excuses, sit down this weekend and do it!

To save on paper and further help the environment, all books are now digitally delivered

4 reviews for How to Make Tire Sandals

  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    I have a pair of rubber sandals that are very comfortable. This book details tire recycling into sandals in a very understandable way. They last and are better for your feet. I’m eager to make my first pair. Excellent book.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5


    This is a very interesting idea and well written. A lot of sandals are made with the same basic ingrediants. They last a lot longer and are cheaper to wear in the long run. Looks a lot more comfortable, too than the ones you buy in the store.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Paul Davis

    Can’t beat the price that’s for sure.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    S.S. Yelsen

    I’m not sure about this book. I don’t mind recycling tires on my feet, but I don’t want them smelling like old rubber tires. And also, what if my feet turn black from the tires? It’s written in a very informative way, though. I might try it just to see if it would be as comfortable or more comfortable than the sandals I have now.

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