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Circularity is the future of sustainability. And what does circularity mean? At Rothy’s, we think of it as a continuous loop that renews itself, from material and manufacturing to product and recycling. Our vision is to use twice-recycled materials in new products—to close the loop, like nature does.
Our success—and our mission for circularity—depends on close collaboration and knowledge-sharing across our organization. That’s why we put together The Sustainability Council, a group of scientists, designers and experts working together to create industry-leading, zero-waste solutions. Because the future is circular, and we’re here to do something about it.
More than 125 million single-use plastic bottles have been turned into our signature thread, which we use to craft all our products. And we’ve repurposed 400,000 pounds of ocean-bound marine plastic (collected from land within 30 miles of coastlines) by using it to knit our bags and accessories.
As global temperatures rise, algae blooms expand rapidly and cause ecological unbalance. By using algae-based footbeds and strobel boards (the green part of the shoe under the insole), we’re choosing a renewable resource that helps keep algae from overtaking waterways.
Our signature outsoles are made with 35% natural and renewable materials and minerals, while our insoles contain 30% bio-based material and recycled rubber. Our beloved Driving Loafer outsole is made with material from rubber plants and natural minerals (literally, sand). And that’s just the start.
Here’s our industry-leading approach to achieving a circular model in every phase of a product’s life.
Our revolutionary knit-to-shape manufacturing combines the best of knitting technology and artisanal craftsmanship to avoid the roughly 30% of material waste common in traditional “cut and sew” production. Our single-box packaging is uniquely sustainable, using 95% recycled materials and biodegradable inserts. We have a relatively compact supply chain, and we try to right-size our output at every step to avoid overproduction before it starts.
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