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Neeman’s launches ‘Made in India’ Sneakers with Recycled Materials

04 March 2021: With an aim to offer first-of-its-kind comfortable, all-day wear, Neeman’s, Hyderabad-based innovative designer footwear start-up, kick-started the 2021 season with the launch of its standout sneakers, ‘The Cotton Classics’. The distinctiveness of these cotton sneakers is its material, which is sustainably sourced cotton blended with recycled materials and the insole is lined with the Australian Merino Wool fabric. With this range, the company aims to give a contemporary spin to the classic evergreen footwear.

‘The Cotton Classics’ is a thoughtfully designed unisex footgear moulded with a super lightweight natural rubber sole and a diamond pattern for a superior grip and durability, making them ideal for your indoor and outdoor adventures. This new style is in line with the prevailing range of Neeman’s shoes that guarantee comfort, style, versatile daily wear and sustainable fashion. The design of this range was conceptualized and crafted in India.

Taran Chhabra, Founder, Neeman’s, says, “We are excited to launch our latest range, The Cotton Classics that is aligned to Neeman’s core philosophy of manufacturing comfortable, trendy, and planet-friendly shoes without compromising performance. Our latest footwear is a high-engineered product that will give your feet the utmost breathability, lightness and unparalleled comfort.”

“We have been witnessing double digit-growth and seeing the positive response, we knew there was a demand for sustainable footwear and so, we had to launch something to respond to what customers are looking for,” added Chhabra.

Neeman’s is India’s first start-up that makes shoes that can be worn anytime, anywhere and through the day. Made from Natural fibres the suitable for all gender shoes is designed to meet the style quotient of the millennials as well as that of the generation that prefers the simplistic look.

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