P19037: Skreppa Modular Shoe


Project Summary Project Information

In Icelandic, the word "Skreppa", pronounced [SCRAP-ah] means "to go off for a little while." That is exactly the type of ideology that we're aiming for this project. A modular shoe, composed of recycled/upcycled waste and ethically sourced material shouldn't be confined to one area. It should explore and enable the wearer to adventure without caution.

The Skreppa - Modular shoe project is seeking to revolutionize how footwear should benefit the wearer. With a swappable outsole, midsole, and insole, the shoe enables you to customize your footwear for what you need in any moment. Engineers for a Sustainable World -- our customer and sponsor -- has given us the opportunity to usher in this new era. Our fundamental goal is to deliver a shoe that will allow the user to swap from a hiking boot -> running shoe -> flat bottom shoe on the go.

We are always seeking prospective testers so we can reach the broadest spectrum of people.

RIT ESW Chapter

RIT ESW Chapter

Project Name
Skreppa - Modular Shoe
Project Number
Start Term
Fall 2018
End Term
Spring 2019
Faculty Guide
Jerry Adamski, 585-465-2937, Jerry.Adamski@rit.edu
Primary Customer
Bri Goold - RIT Engineers for a Sustainable World
Chris Kratzer - RIT Engineers for a Sustainable World

Team Members

Nicholas Amato, Mickey Evans, Lydia Yeckley, & Haley Gallagher

Nicholas Amato, Mickey Evans, Lydia Yeckley, & Haley Gallagher

Member Role Contact
Lydia Yeckley Mechanical Engineering email
Nicholas Amato Mechanical Engineering email
Mickey Evans Industrial Engineering - Project Manager email
Haley Gallagher Biomedical Engineering - Purchasing Agent email

Work Breakdown: By Phase


Imagine RIT

Gate Reviews

Problem Definition

Systems Design

Preliminary Detailed Design

Detailed Design

Build & Test Prep

Subsystem Build & Test

Integrated System Build & Test

Customer Handoff & Final Project Documentation (Verification & Validation)

Work Breakdown: By Topic

Project Management Design Tools Design Documentation Implementation Presentation & Dissemination




Risk Management

Use Cases


Functional Decomposition

Morphological Chart

Pugh Analysis

Bill of Materials & Budget

Sewing Upper Guide

Customer Requirements, Engineering Requirements, & Test Plans

Design Review Documents

Technical Paper


Final Peer Evaluation