The world’s first eco boots for women – Boots with interchangeable heels

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Ecological boots – Leaving only traces on the planet

100% eco-friendly women's boots

100% eco-friendly women’s boots

100% eco-friendly women's boots

100% eco-friendly women’s boots

Kara Mac Shoes, a New York-based footwear brand, is revolutionizing the footwear industry by introducing the first eco-friendly boots to the market.

These are boots that put the planet first. Made entirely from natural, sustainable, ethically sourced and recycled materials and designed for ultimate comfort and lasting durability.

—Kara Mac

YORKTOWN, NEW YORK, USA, Aug. 25, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Kara Mac came up with the idea of ​​reducing the environmental impact of shoes by reducing the number of shoes going to landfill. His patented interchangeable heel invention, known as ShoeCandy®, has already shaken up the traditional footwear industry. Each heel cover, sandal strap and toe clip can be instantly swapped from one style of shoe to another, creating dozens of looks from just one pair of shoes.
Mac thought it could further reduce its carbon footprint and now introduces its new collection of 100% eco-friendly and 95% biodegradable women’s boots incorporating its instant heel exchange technology. “These are boots that put the planet first. Made entirely from natural, sustainable, ethically sourced and recycled materials and designed for ultimate comfort and lasting durability.
Mac’s new boot collection is only offered on his crowdfunding platform through I Fund Women until it’s fully funded at https://rebrand.ly/kara-mac-d8c807. Take advantage of the huge pre-order discount. After that, you can find on its website at http://KaraMac.com
“Traditional leather used in shoes, handbags, car seats and other consumer goods is tanned in a bath of chrome, an incredibly harsh chemical that releases toxins into the ground, eventually polluting water systems and harm workers who inhale these toxic chemicals. Do you remember the movie Erin Brockovich? Same chemical. We changed the way leather was produced,” Mac explained. “We use vegetable dyed leather, a natural leather outsole and a cushioned candy cane insole. The lining is in recycled cotton and the elastic is in natural rubber. The heels are hand carved from wood sourced from ethnic forests in Brazil. Even the adhesive is non-toxic.

Mac even took their eco-friendliness a step further with the shoebox design. “Our new one-piece recycled shoe box doubles as both a shipping container and a shopping bag. It’s the natural finishing touch to a boot that’s packed with durable materials that look, feel and perform exceptionally well. .
Why not vegan leather? “Vegan leather is plastic,” Mac says. “Most vegan leathers are made from polyurethane (PU) and polyvinyl chloride (PVC), which is far from sustainable. Only plant-based leathers are environmentally friendly and are slowly being introduced in the footwear industry. Many people are drawn to vegan leather because they care about animal welfare, but most don’t understand that it’s just plastic. It’s a a product that poisons the workers involved in its production.Vegan leather will sit in a landfill for centuries and when it begins to degrade, it will break down into harmful microplastics.

Kara Mac Shoes was born in 2015 with one heel height and three shoe bases. Over the years they have grown to offer 13 shoe styles and four different heel shapes and sizes. The heels are permanently attached to the shoe, like any other shoe made in a shoe factory. These are the exclusive heel covers that can be interchanged, allowing women to match their shoes to their outfit of the day and coordinate every outfit in their travel bag.

According to Betsy Ramsey, blogger at NattyGal.com, “These boots have the same fantastic interchangeable heels that allow you to change up your look to coordinate them with any outfit. I have my eye on the Betty Boot this time!

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