Local Cobblers Could Make Comeback with Help of New Tech

Local Cobblers Could Make Comeback with Help of New Tech
Design

3D printing is poised to change how you buy shoes as seen with shoe brand Feetz

Jason Brick
  • 7 april 2015

Feetz wants to be the cobbler for the 21st century, looking to customize your footwear with the help of a 3D printer.

Their process is deceptively simple. You use their app and your phone to send them three photos of each foot, taken from specific angles. While they analyze that data, you use other features of the app to finalize the appearance and type of shoe you want to buy. The Feetz team prints out your custom shoes and mails them to you.

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