Shoes that are all made in Portugal and vegan, using super duper cool eco-friendly materials? Hell, yes!
“Nae” stands for No Animal Exploitation. What do they have to offer? An animal and human-friendly alternative to beautiful, high-quality Portuguese shoe designs.
They use eco-friendly materials to make their shoes such as cork, pineapple, recycled airbags (yep, you read that right!) and recycled plastic bottles.
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Everlane prides itself on radical transparency. They source all of their materials from the highest rated factories and list all of them on their website. Never trying to scam you, Everlane lists the cost it takes to produce their products as well as their mark up price, so you know they’re on your side.
If you’ve ever wanted shoes made of recycled plastic, unwanted rubber and second-hand textiles, your dreams have come true. Insecta makes awesome shoes, desert boots, sandals and chelsea boots in a wide range of patterns and materials, all whilst paying a fair wage and closing the waste loop.