CROSSKIX is an exciting new product that promises to be a game changer in the footwear industry. The brand is based in Portland, Oregon and is a pioneer in the development of foam composite shoes.
The company's founder, Eric Saligumba, is looking to get the shoe funded through Kickstarter. He wants to use ethylene-vinyl-acetate (EVA)—the same material used by Crocs and Native Shoes—to create shoes that are flexible, wear like fabric shoes, and are comfortable for sports.
EVA is a soft foam compound that's injected into the mold to produce the shape of a shoe. The result is a shoe that's more flexible than most other shoes in the market, and it feels more like a canvas, leather, or mesh shoe.
Crosskix has several key features that set it apart from other EVA shoes on the market. One of the most important is that it has a unique water drain and air vent system, which allows water to easily exit the shoe while providing plenty of ventilation for your feet.
Another feature is the moldable footbed, which provides a customized fit and arch support. Lastly, the shoes' durable, slip-resistant material provides maximum traction on a variety of surfaces.
If you're looking for a new pair of shoes to take on your next outdoor adventure, look no further than the Crosskix. They're designed for a range of activities, from running and hiking to kayaking, boating, flyfishing, and even mud mountain biking. Their lightweight, easy-to-clean design makes them perfect for travel.