A traditional pair of shoes creates 13,6 kg of CO2.


300 Milion shoes are disposed every year.

MIT study finds the bulk of shoes’ carbon footprint comes from manufacturing processes.

Read more about MIT research on footwear carbon footprint. 




  1. LESS MANIFACTURING, LESS ENERGY LOSS. You don't need to produce one sole for every shoe because can share one sole with different skins.
  2. NO WASTE. You won't get rid of your sole too soon, in fact you will tend to use the sole until the end of it's life cycle because you can make it become a new shoe every time you will change the skin.
  3. RECYCLE. Once your sole has reached the end of it's life cycle you can recycle your skins with a new sole. 



PATENT N. PCT/EP2016/056740