Zorpads are foot odor eliminating shoe deodorizers made from NASA-tested technology. The material used in the innovative one-size-fits-all inserts was tested to clean the air aboard the International Space Station. The co-founders of the super thin and absorbent Zorpads are pitching their business on Shark Tank on January 27.
Zorpads co-founder J. Taylor Wiegele of Venice, California is a chemical engineer (UC Berkeley with an MBA from Harvard) who designed water filters for The Clorox Company. He earned five patents for “a novel filtration design” now incorporated into the Brita Stream pitcher. Wiegele’s co-founder Sierra Smith also earned her MBA from Harvard Business School in 2017. Prior to Zorpads, she was Chief of Staff to the President and CEO of the Cancer Treatment Centers of America. New episodes of Shark Tank air Sundays at 9 pm on ABC. [Related: 27 Favorite ‘Shark Tank’ Products at Amazon — New List]