If you’re a shoe aficionado who wishes mixing and matching shoes was possible without having to buy excessive pairs, you might want to head over to JS Shoes. According to the Los Angeles-based company, not only are they customizable, they are also the world’s first ever 3D knitted shoes.
Specialized machines use a 3D knitting method that produces just enough material needed for each shoe, minimizing waste and aiding in the shoe’s lightweight, breathable design. This method also helps to reduce the company’s carbon footprint and required manpower.
JS Shoes operates on a “buy one by one” strategy, so you can buy a different size or color for each foot, if you choose. Comfortable and form-fitting, the minimalistic shoe only has three layers (the knitted upper, the out sole, and the cushion), making it easy to customize in order to mix and match.
The kicker? JS Shoes are only $80-$100/pair, even with the early bird special already sold out. To learn more and get your
hands on feet in a pair, visit the company’s Kickstarter page.