RECICLYNG IS GOOD, BUT REUSE IS EVEN BETTER

A PRACTICALLY INFINITE SOLE

THE LESS IMPACT

Whit the INFINITE SOLE system, we managed to reduce the CO₂ footprint by more than half compared to the lowest figure for sneakers with these characteristics, and up to 84% with the average reference (13,6Kg), achieving the lowest carbon footprint in the current market.

ZERO WASTE

REUSE vs RECYCLE

The two options on which the INFINITE SOLE concept is based, coincide in the vital point of not generating waste, the only difference between the two is that the recycled option (C2C) requires entering the manufacturing process again, where the sole is crushed and injected again (manufactured), which entails energy expenditure and its respective impact, causing an increase in the carbon footprint compared to the reused sole (C2RC), which makes this option, whenever viable, the most recommended.

AVERAGE SNEAKERS

This column reflects the average carbon footprint of a pair of sneaker according to a study carried out by MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).

CLADLE TO GRAVE

In the orange one we can see the carbon footprint of some Vesica Piscis sneakers that are not recycled once they reach the end of their cycle.

CLADLE TO CLADLE

The brown column points to the CO₂ emitted from Vesica Piscis sneakers that are fully recycled at the end of their useful life.

CLADLE TO REUSE CLADLE

The green one marks the lowest footprint due to the reuse of the old INFINITE SOLE soles for new Vesica Piscis sneakers, where the rest of the components are recycled.

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