nat-2™ presents vegan sneakers made from real recycled bubble wrap

The vegan Sleek Low style is made from real recycled bubble wrap, which is not only unique in its look for every pair, but also makes the upper waterproof. The genderless sneakers are fairly produced by hand in Italy, in colab with Remeant. This is the first time this real recycled bubble wrap material is used for shoes. The lining is made from nat-2™ s signature bioceramic yarn made in Germany. The removable insole is made from real cork and the lasered outsoles from real rubber. The laces are made of recycled PET, while the matching reflecting heel part is made of billions of real glass particles.

nat-2 x Remeant sleek low recycled bubble wrap vegan sneaker
The sneakers are now available for retailers to pre-order and a very limited small batch is available now at & nat-2-reduceusecycle-line.

Remeant, recycled bubble wrap
Remeant is an innovative material, developed by ist founders Elinor and Alon Nathaniel, made from single use plastic, which is a solution for different kinds of non biodegradable waste – such as recycled bubble wrap. The israeli start-up achieved a patented process of manufacturing ensuring its qualities, making it highly durable, waterproof, easy to clean and lightweight. More info at

They use to transform materials that are discarded, piling up in landfills and polluting the oceans into beautiful and sustainable textiles, offering an unique touch. The bubble wrap material is 100% vegan and stands out for it’s variety of shades, colors and textures. The material keeps its original appearance, doesn’t crease easily and retains its vivid color as in the first day you got it.
Weight: 250 g/m
Thickness: 1 mm
B.S. 5690-91 – 12 kPA
After 30.000 revs: no breakdown occurs and no color change.

About the nat-2™ bioceramic material
Bioceramic is made in Germany from ceramic fibres and real silver yarn providing anti-bacterial and climate-regulating features, an amazing comfort and timeless clean look.

See more Nat-2 shoes designed by Sebastian Thies at the VirtualShoeMuseum.