Keen launches sneakers made from agricultural waste

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Footwear brand Keen has unveiled a proprietary manufacturing process that uses agricultural waste to create the industry’s first sneakers with plant-based soles made without chemical solvents. The “Field to Foot” (F2F) sneakers are part of the Detox The Planet initiative and were developed by the Keen Advanced Concepts team. The ...

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