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SCP-XXXX, as it was found.

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: Due to SCP-XXXX's benevolent nature, SCP-XXXX is kept in a standard storage locker on floor █ of Site 73. Anyone requesting to utilize SCP-XXXX for testing purposes may do so with one day written notice to Dr. Skrei or Dr. Vince, so long as no contextually dangerous activities are performed. "Contextually dangerous" is defined as anything that could result in injury or death of the subject. However, due to the nature of SCP-XXXX, it has been determined to be extremely challenging, if possible, to harm the wearer of SCP-XXXX. Should the subject cease to be able to percieve the ground, the test is to be immediately aborted if at all possible.

If a contextually dangerous test is to be performed, a D-class subject must be used, with written approval preferably from both Dr. Skrei and Dr. Vince prepared one week in advance, although only one will suffice. If cross-testing with another SCP object/subject is to be performed, the same guidelines apply, as well as any guidelines that pertain to the SCP object/subject in question.

Description: SCP-XXXX was found in the home of the dead Agent █████, who had previously worked at site 17. Agent █████'s house had doorknobs in nearly new condition. How agent █████ acquired SCP-XXXX is unknown.

SCP-XXX is a pair of slippers of the brand "Tamarac." The inside tag indicate that they are men's size 10. However, when feet of any smaller size are inserted into the slipper, SCP-XXXX maintains its anomalous effects. This is also true of feet larger than size 10, although SCP-XXXX is not indestructible and does not stretch, and therefore there is an upper limit to the capacity of SCP-XXXX.

SCP-XXXX, when put on, grants the wearer and itself intangibility. While SCP-XXXX is being worn, the wearer only seems to be able to make contact with the SCP and the air. This appears to allow the wearer to breathe and speak normally. When in contact with more than approximately one cubic centimeter of substance in a liquid or solid state, subjects report an inability to remove SCP-XXXX. When not in contact with any nongaseous substance larger than one cubic centimeter in volume, the subject is able to remove SCP-XXXX and subsequently become tangible again. The only adverse effect observed after the removal of SCP-XXXX has been the onset of minor headaches.

SCP-XXXX, while intangible when worn, seems to "know" where floors are, and will be able to make physical contact with any floor space. See experiment logs B and D for details.

SCP-XXXX retains its anomalous effects when only one slipper is worn.

When unobserved, SCP-XXXX returns to a "home" location. Testing as to how this location is determined is pending. See experiment logs E through I on this "home location" effect.