Footwear made of renewable materials

Footwear made with materials from renewable sources, with a simple design that at the same time allows you to have four solutions in one product.
The sole is made of bio-based EVA, obtained from the combination of sugar cane and a circular material derived from algae, removed from waterways and lakes at risk of algal blooms. While the upper is produced using knitted woven cotton and hemp fibers, with a small amount of polyurethane added to allow for a better fit.
The shoes are versatile, designed to be converted into four different types of shoes and thus pander to their owner’s daily needs. The four-in-one design comes from the desire to reduce the amount of shoes on the market and the waste they will represent in the future, opting for a more efficient use of the resources employed.

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