Why use of sustainable materials such as cotton, rubber, and recycled EVA (ethylene-vinyl acetate) in an insole, combined with an anti-bacterial foam lining?
It can result in a more environmentally friendly and health-conscious shoe design.
Cotton is a natural and renewable material that is often used in shoe insoles for its breathability and comfort. It is a biodegradable material that does not harm the environment during production or disposal.
Rubber, when sourced from sustainable and responsibly managed plantations, can also be a good choice for shoe insoles as it is durable and provides good support.
Recycled EVA is another sustainable option as it is made from recycled materials, reducing the need for new raw materials and helping to reduce waste.
An anti-bacterial foam lining can provide additional benefits, such as reducing the risk of skin irritation and infections, and keeping the shoes fresh and odor-free.
By using these sustainable materials and incorporating an anti-bacterial foam lining, shoe manufacturers can create footwear that is not only comfortable and supportive, but also environmentally friendly and healthier for the wearer.
Giving a fashionable shoe. To increase the flexibility of the sole even further, we added grooves to the region at the base of your toes so that it may bend easily as well. The antiskid sole technology in Kapas Paduka shoes avoids slipping on wet surfaces and allows you to walk steadily with each step.