The Businesses and Products from Season 11, Episode 7 of Shark Tank

The Businesses and Products from Season 11, Episode 7 of Shark Tank

An immigrant who once lived in a refugee camp and her husband, who now live in Huntington Beach, California, present their kid's shoe company that is designed to be fashionable and save money this week on Shark Tank. Entrepreneurs from Long Lake, Minnesota, introduce their fashion line for customers who want to be twins with their best friends; an entrepreneur from Burbank, California, pitches his kitchen tool which sparks a lively debate among the Sharks regarding peanut butter. Finally, a family of entrepreneurs from Gulf Shores, Alabama, introduces the Sharks to "freak shakes."


Mark Cuban
Lori Greiner

Robert Herjavec
Daymond John
Kevin O'Leary

Baubles & Soles

Children's feet grow so quickly that they often outgrow their shoes before they have had a chance to wear them. A first-time mom became frustrated with this problem, especially when she had to buy multiple shoes for her daughter to go with different outfits and occasions. Her AHA moment: "What if I could invent one shoe that could be worn from playground to party and styled with every single outfit in the wardrobe?" Together with her family, they spent nearly 2 years designing, engineering and testing a push-and-twist lock mechanism to enable them to do this. Baubles and Soles shoes are also sustainably made in USA, machine-washable and 100% recyclable. Baubles and Soles: One shoe from Playground to Party

Dog Threads

Dog Threads™ is a family-owned business based in a tiny town just outside of Minneapolis, Minnesota. We believe that humans and their dogs deserve the very best, which is why we create premium goods for you and your pup while donating a portion of all sales to help less fortunate animals find their forever homes. It is our mission to design fun and memorable dog clothing, accessories and matching outfits for pups + people. Shop online and at select retailers.

Peanut Butter Pump

After years as a mild-mannered office worker, Andy was let go. Instead of finding another corporate job, he followed his dream to become an inventor. Stuck at home and hungry for lunch, he invented an easier way to make a PB & J. His startup Peanut Butter Ventures became a crowdfunding sensation! He can now be found at, where his pump dispenser for peanut butter and other nutty inventions are on a mission to change the world, one sandwich at a time. Peanut Butter, neater than ever!

The Yard Milkshake Bar

The Yard Milkshake Bar is taking freak shakes to a whole new level by letting customers customize their own milkshakes! With thousands of possible combinations, the possibilities truly are unlimited! Specialty milkshakes and edible cookie dough with a southern charm have made this company a hot attraction all across the south!

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