I have been hearing a lot of buzz online about a new pair of shoes called Transition Shoes designed by Nicolas Couch, a New Zealand designer.
The Transition Shoes are designed with 5 parts and are free of glues and co-molded parts. The idea is when a part of the shoe wears down the user can simply take it off recycle it and replace it with a new part.
I find the shoes look a lot like a pair of Nike Free's
The creator says that Transition is a “back to basics” sustainably made running shoe that follows the barefoot style principle.
The shoe consists of an outer sole, inner sole, a body and a set of laces that tie the whole thing together.
I look forward to getting my toes in a pair of Transition Shoes to review