tamaris wins sustainability award for slippers made from mushroom cultures

Tamaris wins sustainability award for slippers made from mushroom cultures

Sumary of Tamaris wins sustainability award for slippers made from mushroom cultures:

  • We completely dispense with leather and reduce the proportion of synthetic material, says Andreas Burmeister, Head of Sustainability at the Wortmann Group.
  • This certification can also be found on the shoe model itself. With the use of algae-based outsoles and fungus-based material as lining and upper material, the Wortmann Group is breaking new ground.
  • With Made with Mushrooms, the Wortmann subsidiary wants to show that it is possible to break the fast fashion cycle and to use demonstrably sustainable materials for industrial shoe production.
  • The fungus-based material is currently being developed for the first time on the market for mass use in today’s shoe industry.
  • The upper material of the mules is made with the sustainable HyphaLite technology based on mushrooms – Tamaris Tamaris says it can once again set a benchmark in the use of bio-based materials.
  • The upper material of the mule is made with the sustainable HyphaLite technology based on mushrooms.
  • The Detmold women’s shoe brand received the award in the Product – Textiles Clothing category.

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