Native Shoes is no stranger to making innovative footwear designs from plant-based and recycled materials but it is now experimenting with an unconventional new design called Liquid Printed Natives. These shoes leverage the power of 3D printing and recycled materials, meaning that there's less material waste, as the shoes are created on-demand.
The liquid-printed shoes do take longer to make than their injection-molded counterparts but they offer distinct benefits—for example, the Liquid Printed Natives made in the brand's popular Audrey and Jefferson styles offer more grip.
As it stands, Native Shoes hasn't released dates or pricing for the sneakers, as they are still being internally tested to improve the standout material even more.
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