Sketch has been synonymous with sneakers since its launch in 2009, and now the company is bringing them back to the world.
The shoe line, titled Sketch Safety Shoes, will include shoes made from the new material.
The new materials, called SketchLoft, are made of carbon fiber, which has been shown to be a good insulator.
It has also been shown able to absorb heat.
The shoes, which come in a range of sizes, are designed to be used in the field or as a daily wear item.
“Sketches have the ability to keep your body warm when you need it, or help you look sharp in the mirror,” a company spokesperson told The Washington Post.
The company says that while some have expressed concerns about the new materials’ thermal performance, others are excited about the potential of these new materials to be applied to the production of other products.
“The safety of SketchLoth products is a top priority, and we are working to bring SketchLift to market,” the spokesperson said.
The footwear company has been developing the product since 2014, but its first commercial release is now scheduled to be in the fall.
The company will also launch a range that will include some “sketch-inspired” shoes, as well as a “skeletal” range, according to the spokesperson.
Sketchy sneakers are made by a company called “Skechers” based in San Francisco.
The footwear company says the new shoes will not be sold in stores.