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Individual shoes and orthopaedic insoles may be 3D printed at a reasonable cost, which appeals to the general public.
This technology also aids in the effective prevention and early diagnosis of issues with the supporting-motor apparatus.
The Global natural fiber 3D-molded shoes market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The San Francisco-based shoe company Allbirds is getting ready to launch what it calls the first leather substitute made completely of plant-based materials.
According to the manufacturer, Plant Leather, a biodegradable material, has a carbon impact that is 40 times lower than that of animal leather and generates 17 times fewer carbon emissions than synthetic leather made of plastic.
Natural rubber from the sap of the rubber tree is included in the substance, along with vegetable oil, citric acid, fillers like cork and rice husks, and natural colours
The plant-based leather, formerly known as Mirum, was created by material innovation startup Natural Fiber Welding (NFW) and is now slated to be used to create footwear that will be available soon.
Despite the rise in plant-based products that resemble leather, NFW asserts that competing alternatives frequently needed plastic coatings or additives to assure endurance.
The substance is the latest in a long line of plant-based leather substitutes. Among them are the Hugo Boss footwear formerly fashioned from the mushroom leather Mylo and Pinatex, which is supported by Gucci and Adidas and manufactured from leftover pineapple leaves.
Tjeerd Veenhoven’s Palm Leather and Don Kwaning’s Lino Leather are two examples of independent designers who have experimented with plant-based leather alternatives that are created entirely without plastic.
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