Rothy’s Releases 10 New Colorways For Shoes Made From Recycled Plastic Bottles

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Rothy's shoes.
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Rothy’s has taken a colorful approach to going green.

The label recently released 10 new colorways for its line of shoes made from recycled plastic bottles.

rothy recycled shoe Rothy’s pointed ballerina shoe in red camo-print, retailing for $145. Courtesy

The range of hues includes pink, green, navy blue, came and red.

Silhouettes include The Flat, a round-toe ballerina style retailing for $125, and The Point, a pointed ballerina shoe retailing for $145, available on the brand’s website.

rothy recycled shoe Rothy’s green rounded shoe. Courtesy

The manufacturing process used to create a pair of the flats sources recycled fiber from approximately three discarded plastic bottles, which are stripped of caps and labels, and then hot-washed and chipped into flakes.

The material is fused into filament fiber to make the environmentally friendly yarn, and a special 3-D knitting process reduces waste by crafting the footwear without seams.