Old Materials = New Solutions
At Indosole, we have been primarily a footwear brand since day one. We started by picking up old tires on the side of the road and bringing them to a workshop and testing to see which ones could make the best sandal soles. Once we developed a handmade process, we took it to the next level by pulverizing the tires into granular and making molds. It's been an evolution of process in an effort to streamline efficiency and output.
Over the years and along the way, we have tinkered around with lots of materials that would otherwise be looked at as a useless pile of waste. By sifting through trash piles, we came to the realization that there are so many great materials out there that could still be useful. We believe that these old materials deserve another chance, another life!
This year, we launched our "Lost Sole" campaign which features recycled sneaker parts as soles on our new sandals. This new wave of old materials has given our brand a more vibrant color and appeal from the ground up. It has also opened up a whole new dimension for collaborations with other brands while having the ability to add vibrant color to otherwise dead soles.
So, by using the same process we created in recycling old tires, we now do the same with sneaker parts!
Adding home goods felt like a natural fit with our Tire Tech and now Sneaker Tech too. Our latest solution is with coasters. Coasters are basic but effective, just like sandals :) Our coasters are a symbol of what is possible in giving old materials new life, they are a symbol that virgin materials do not need to be built from the ground up for basic products - They can be reused / recycled!
If you have a brand, a non-profit, a corporate event, wedding, or just a huge house that you would like to dial our coasters into. Please hit us up for a fully customized Coaster set - Small Minimums and Quick turnarounds.
Please contact us today for a quote and we can prepare a custom coaster for your company or event!
Check out our Indosole x Sea Sheperd Coaster Collab: