Flat Folded Shoe Is Like Easy Origami

The EIN/TRITT shoe concepts shows how modern technology can take shoe manufacturing to the next paradigm. Flat shoe patterns with reinforced parts get folded and fixed by the consumer. Production and shipping costs are significantly reduced. From an aesthetic point of view, it has a very geometric and architectural form that’ll definitely grab you some attention. I wonder what Nike or Adidas could do with this technology.

Designer: Catherine Meuter

46 Comments

  • Raphael Crespo says:

    Really interesting design, I like the origami theme, it looks so simple as it’s comfortable and easy to step on.

  • Mona says:

    Really, It is very nice, unique and wonderful design. If it is available I will not dely to buy now.

  • Rony John says:

    I like the design..But, i won’t suggest this for daily use.

  • Freddy says:

    f**cking genius piece of material… designed from one of the best newcomer designer in shoes

  • Christine says:

    I love the idea of using origami to cut away production and packaging costs as well as giving the user a chance to build their own shoes however, I do question the comfort and stability of these shoes.

  • Cesar says:

    Very nice indeed, when someone is going to start producing these pieces of art? Its time to inovate the Design of Shoes and Sandals, nice!

  • llilola says:

    so interesting!

  • PiticStyle says:

    Beautiful, but is so resitent to keep the girl? I love origami anyway!

  • yuki says:

    Origami is timeless poetry expecially in this modern world.

    Our congratulations to Miss Meuter for her smart shoe’s project!

  • Tony Waters says:

    Looks great for homewear. Lifting sole part could be covered or padded to make it suitable for winters too.

  • samuel says:

    really interresting,
    where can we get a chance to buy a model? Is it distributed under a brand?
    Samuel

  • Angelica says:

    Where can i buy it?

  • dalmatica says:

    These shoes are amzing – however – when searching the web for them all that I could find is second-hand info on blogs. Does anyone know who manufactures them? Where did this info here come from?

  • uesfitness says:

    Though the pictures seem nice, I doubt the durability and comfort of these shoes.

  • Rono says:

    Definitely different. Love the theme but it doesn’t look very comfortable.

  • Salma says:

    Sweet, very interesting.
    Would I wear these? yes, yes I would

    Gotta love origami…

    I wonder, would this be difficult for people who aren’t very good with origami?

  • snail says:

    I want.

  • snail says:

    I want.

  • Grey says:

    Love it! Definitely one to remember, so much impact!

  • Grey says:

    Love it! Definitely one to remember, so much impact!

  • Love the shoes and the idea, but the comfort and support seems questionable. Doesn't appear to be too much heel support, bu I could be wrong.

  • Christine Tyler says:

    where can I buy they look fantastic

  • PocketVenus says:

    Does anyone know where to buy these?

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