SALUBATA makes modular shoes from plastic waste and algal bloom,
enabling wearers to change out different shoe styles with the same sole, thus significantly
reducing the global carbon footprint and cost of wearing an extra shoe.
SALUBATA have invented proprietary modular shoes made from
plastic waste by converting them into knitting yarns and algal bloom for the shoe outsoles. This enables consumers to change as many as shoes as possible with the same sole, just changing the flaps, thus significantly reducing the global carbon footprint and cost of wearing at least one extra shoe. With their immediate market reach of 50% of their niche market, they would have saved over 2 million tons of CO2 emissions per year, while 5% of every shoe sold is dedicated to feeding children in underserved communities.
Their Vision for the Future
SALUBATA envisions a future with the best quality
shoes and wearable products that help people and the planet.