Penny composition, keen composite toes and composite fences are the latest innovations in the footwear industry.
A new breed of toeless shoes, called keen composites, are being developed to be the next big thing in footwear.
The new products, developed by American footwear company Shoei, are made from a composite material that is made from the toe, the lower part of the foot that is not normally exposed to the weather.
It is a technology that has been used by companies such as Nike and Adidas to develop products that are weather-resistant, waterproof, breathable and shock resistant.
The technology has been widely used by athletes, from professional tennis players to golfers, to stay dry during the hottest and coldest days of the year.
The toeless shoe was first used in the 1950s and 1960s and has since gained popularity among many athletes who are concerned about the environment.
According to the company, the toeless footwear is the most popular choice for athletes who want a lightweight, breath-able, shock-resistant shoe.
It’s an important issue for the world’s largest shoe manufacturer and the world wide market.
According a statement by the company:The innovative technology, developed in partnership with the USPTO, was patented in 2012.
The innovative new toeless technology is a non-leather material that offers greater water-repellency than traditional leather footwear.
It will be the first of its kind to feature the patent pending technology.
“The toelessness technology will be an integral part of all new shoe styles introduced in 2020, which will help to reduce water footprints, increase footwear comfort and reduce the need for costly footwear,” Shoeis head of innovation for footwear, Mark Schuster, said.
The company has created the toelessness toeless footwear in conjunction with the PEN International Foundation, which works to promote and promote environmental sustainability.
According the company the toefree technology has an average of 8.4 per cent water content and is designed to help athletes stay dry while playing in the hot and cold climates of the world.
The shoes are lightweight, windproof and breathable.
The first pair of toe-less shoes was unveiled last year at the IAAF World Championships in Tokyo.
Shoei and PEN both support sustainable development and the environment, and have been awarded several awards for their work, including the Global Sustainable Footwear Award for their efforts.