The Rise And Fall of Soap Shoes – Shoe Trends of the 90’s
- by Nick Demaria
- September 29, 2020
Soap Shoe FAQs
Currently no original Soap Shoes are being made. Heeling Sports Limited, the popular 90s brand that created shoes with wheels in the sole called Heelys, acquired Soap in 2002, which was then acquired by Sequential Brand Group who purchased the soap and remaining grind shoe patents.
Yes. Ryan Jaunzemis is an American YouTuber, musician, author, entrepreneur, Pickup artist, professional Aggressive inline skating Rollerblader and is Soap Shoes’ most famous ambassador.
While the Soap shoes website no longer exists, you might be lucky and find some original Soaps on used and resale sites.