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Kane launches a new take on active recovery footwear

The "Revive" was designed to target muscle fatigue with its dual-density construction.
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Built for all-day comfort, the Revive is an active recovery shoe from footwear newcomer, Kane, who enlisted the help of a Board Certified foot and ankle surgeon to create a shoe that was designed from the ground up to tackle muscle fatigue. It accomplishes this with dual-density construction that is comprised of a firm upper set on a sole with 31mm of cushioning. The Revive uses a biopolymer foam that's sourced from sustainably harvested Brazilian sugarcane byproduct to create its eco-based EVA foam. This material also helps to soften the impact of every step and uses an anatomical last that emulates the natural shape of the foot. 

The Kane Revive is now available for pre-order on Kickstarter with deliveries set for this summer. 


$55, kickstarter.com 

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