Well, sometimes, the modest invention can change millions of poor lives. That’s the objective of The Shoe that incredibly grows, a sandal invented by inventor Kenton Lee that can adjust its size, letting children in impoverished nations to grow up without having to go barefoot. The fantastic shoes, which come in catch-all Small and Large sizes can grow five sizes and last at least five years. According to The Shoe That Grows, “There’re more than 300 million children who do not have shoes. Further uncountable more with shoes that do not fit.” Children without shoes are prone to injuries and parasites that infect humans through our feet. The problem with ordinary shoe donations are that they are soon outgrown, which is precisely the problem that these new shoes would fix. Though you can buy yourself a pair, the site emphasizes packages that allow buyers to send shoes in bulk to the countries that need them the most.