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Rombaut uses pineapple 'leather' to make vegan-friendly sneakers
by Jasmin Malik Chua
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19 May 2016
On 19 May 2016 Ecouterre reported:
Experimental label Rombaut has harnessed plant-based alternatives such as fig tree bark from Uganda, tapa from the South Pacific, wild Amazonian rubber, and coconut fiber. For fall, Rombaut is rolling out a line of sneakers made with Pinatex, a robust yet pliable non-woven textile from the Philippines that is being hailed by many as an alternative to leather. Engineered from the fibers of discarded pineapple leaves, Pinatex is both biodegradable and compostable.
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