Rose in Good Faith's Plastic Soul | Image: Rose in Good Faith

New Recycled Dildo Shoes Set to Penetrate the Sustainable Fashion Market

When I first heard Rose in Good Faith had created dildo slip-ons, I was extremely against it. No matter how eco-friendly or sustainable the shoes were, there was zero chance these feet were slipping on something that had previously slipped in something. I was prepared to face cancellation from Greenpeace or Greta Thunberg for my eco-terrorist views, ready to die on this hill. Furthermore, I was ready to have blood on my hands the next time a tossed-out vibrator tragically impaled a turtle. However, diving deeper into my research, I learned the brand used defective products from a factory rather than used castoffs. Long story short, I now own five pairs.

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Rose in Good Faith's Plastic Soul | Image: Rose in Good Faith

Rose in Good Faith’s Plastic Soul | Image: Rose in Good Faith

The LA-based fashion brand worked in partnership with sex toy designer Doc Johnson, seizing its broken products and melting them down into thermoplastic elastomer. The slip-on shoes boast an external aesthetic similar to products crafted of recycled EVA plastic rubber, and to the casual observer, they look like a mix of Crocs, Balenciaga’s injected footwear, and YEEZY Foam Runners. Inside, the cork insole and arch moulds to the feet, providing numerous footgasms throughout the day. Before you ask, no, they don’t come with vibration speed settings.

According to the team behind the new slip-ons, the Plastic Sould release comes a year in the making. Following a long period of testing and trails, the shoes were finally brought to life earlier this month, garnering some confused looks from the sneaker community. So much so, the brand had to take to Instagram to clarify a few things.

“Craftsmanship has always been in our brand code,” Rose in Good Faith founder David Teitelbaum wrote on Instagram. “As we continue to grow, we’re leaning into more sophisticated materials and elevated techniques, over decorative design. You’ll see a new RIGF emerging, focused on structural elements and textural construction.”

We’re not sure if these kicks will penetrate the market, but they’ve certainly made a splash online. For those who are interested in Raise in Good Faith’s Plastic Soul dildo shoes, they are available on the brand’s website for AUD$130, but be quick, only 2,000 pairs are up for grabs.

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Rose in Good Faith's Plastic Soul | Image: Rose in Good Faith

Rose in Good Faith’s Plastic Soul | Image: Rose in Good Faith

Rose in Good Faith's Plastic Soul | Image: Rose in Good Faith

Rose in Good Faith’s Plastic Soul | Image: Rose in Good Faith

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Rose in Good Faith’s Plastic Soul sneakers | Image: Rose in Good Faith

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Rose in Good Faith’s Plastic Soul sneakers | Image: Rose in Good Faith

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Sam Mangioni

Sam Mangioni is an experienced Staff Writer with an extensive background in digital content production and news. Prior to working for Man of Many, Sam spent three years at Southern Cross Austereo where he served as a Content Producer and News Reporter for the flagship Triple M Breakfast Program. The Sydney-based reporter completed a Bachelor of Commerce from Macquarie University Majoring in Marketing in 2014. A specialist in sport, lifestyle and gear coverage, Sam's work has also featured in Fight News Australia.