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On our minds: Shooz’ adaptable shoes

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by adakallgren on 22 October, 2015

With soles and uppers that are changeable, Shooz offer many shoes in one.

On our minds is the latest crowdfund-pleading shoe innovation to cross our paths, Shooz. With classic shoe construction as a starting point, Shooz creates new soles and uppers that are not stitched or glued together, but attachable and detachable with a zip. With this, the brand is looking to spread shoes that can be amended and adapted to different environments and occasions – with uppers ranging from Derby-styles to sneaker-inspired ones; and soles categorised into smart, urban or running – all combinable into impressively desirable footwear. The brand has also launched two uppers (or ‘skins’ as they like to call them) in collaboration with sustainable fashion designer FLAVIALAROCCA. See the full range here.


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