The sneaker industry has grown exponentially over the last half decade, and with that comes along new manufacturers as well as processes for production. Project Piola is taking an interesting approach via Kickstarter, trying to not only utilize a new process of shoe making, but also help people while doing it. The team at Project Piola is intent on using rubber made from remote areas in Peru that is made by local villagers. The rubber not only is easy to procure, but will also create a new revenue stream for those that are in charge of the process. Check out their page and get a look and some of their designs,as well as getting in tune with their journey and everything it has to offer.

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