By  on November 15, 2018

Rothy’s founders spent three years just doing the research to produce its shoes.

The San Francisco firm, which has raised $7 million to date, has made a name for itself selling flats made from recycled plastic bottles. The company, which owns a factory in China where it has about 450 workers, utilizes a 3-D knitting process that helps reduce waste during the production process. Its current offering — all machine-washable — includes a simple flat, pointed-toe flat, loafer and slip-on sneaker style.

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