Great shoe that grows with poor child’s feet


Kenton Lee of Because International invents a shoe for impoverished children that can expand easily with a snaps system as the child’s feet grow in five years, the idea came to his mind when he saw a girl without shoes attending mass in Nairobi, Kenya, in 2007. The shoes consists of 2 basic parts, sole and straps, which are made from compressed rubber and quality leather, cost around $30 to make, but mass production may lower the cost of production that a 100 pairs can be manufactured for $12 a pair.

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