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Leather, plastic, and rubber are the most common materials used in traditional sneakers. Sneaker production is incredibly energy-intensive, resulting in a huge quantity of greenhouse gas emissions. They degrade slowly, and when they do, pollutants, chemicals, and fossil fuels are released into the environment.
These days, shoppers are more concerned about where their products come from and the influence they have on the environment. As a result, shoe businesses are more motivated to provide environmentally friendly solutions.
The Global Biodegradable Shoes Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
BLUEVIEW, a new sustainable footwear brand dedicated to reducing plastic waste on the globe offers consumers the world’s first biodegradable sneaker. BLUEVIEW’s first shoe, the BLUEVIEW Pacific, revolutionises the footwear business by replacing petroleum plastics with plant-based plastics. This sneaker features Soleic and PlantKnit, two breakthrough new plant-based fabrics that combine to create a sustainable and attractive sneaker that gives an ocean of comfort and serious durability.
After receiving overwhelming interest in its biodegradability initiative, PUMA has begun distributing 500 pairs of its experimental RE:SUEDE shoe to participants in Germany. Zeology tanned suede, biodegradable TPE, and hemp fibres are used to construct the RE:SUEDE. These materials also provide higher comfort for the wearer when compared to other biodegradable materials tested by PUMA.
Adidas debuts the world’s first Biosteel Fibre Performance Shoe. The Adidas Futurecraft Biofabric has the feature of being 100 percent biodegradable via a natural process. Adidas and AMSilk have collaborated to create the first premium innovation footwear manufactured from silk biopolymers. At the prestigious Biofabricate Conference in New York, this concept shoe was exhibited.
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