Upright Human Floatation Apparatus

Apparatus enabling a person to walk on water. The user propels himself by stepping forward in a manner similar to snowshoeing. The invention offers free transition from land to water and back, as well as the ability to turn without using a rudder, a paddle or any special device.
Patent Number: 6,764,363
Invention Status: Patented and not yet commercialized. Patent offered for sale or licensing

Keywords: walking on water, walk on water, shoes for walking on water
May 16, 2008
by Anonymous


If you strapped an outboard motor to your back that thing could be really awesome...

Aug 10, 2008
by Anonymous


I had a pair of these when i was a kid. they were styrofoam and they sucked. they're slow, and they make your legs want to do the splits.

Feb 24, 2009
by Anonymous

I've seen this on TV 10 years ago.

There is a Korean old man who uses almost the same looking thing made out of styroform. He can walk on the river fasterer than the guy above while reading a newspaper. Talk to SBS, the major broadcasting company in Korea. I believe that he registered the patent much earlier.

Jan 5, 2011
by Anonymous

LOL I love the "wow" comment

LOL I love the "wow" comment up top