Footwear That’s More Than Sustainable

The Cyclical Impact of INSITE® EcoComfort Insoles

INSITE® EcoComfort plant-based insoles are derived from industrial field corn, which is produced using regenerative farming practices.

Download our whitepaper to see how we’re helping reverse climate change by leveraging this agricultural practice for our insole creation.

In this whitepaper, you’ll learn:

  • The benefit of using corn designated only for industrial purposes, not global food supplies.
  • What regenerative agriculture entails, and how these practices encourage the rebuilding of soil organic matter and the restoration of degraded soil biodiversity.
  • How regenerative farming practices tackle the major concerns of modern-day farming — including pollution, erosion, water use, nitrogen efficiency, and soil quality.

Fill out the form below to download our whitepaper, and learn more about how using INSITE® EcoComfort insoles in your footwear line can make a lasting impact on the environment.

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Tracked Sustainability Impacts

100% of the acreage that supplies our biomaterials is covered by a regenerative farming program that tracks 100 data points at the field level, including:

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Greenhouse gas emissions

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Soil quality

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Nitrogen use efficiency

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Sheet & rill erosion

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Conservation practices deployed

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Non-harmful crop rotation

More About INSITE’s Sustainability Commitment

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Smaller Footprint, Bigger Impact

Read about how our insole manufacturing processes reduce waste, increase efficiency, and reduce our carbon footprint, without compromising on comfort, performance, and support.

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