Sneakers in poliestere riciclato
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Product number: ECO4742SHSWHI40
Composition: Main fabric: 100% Recycled polyester Sole: 80% Rubber / 20% Recycled rubber Laces: 100% Polyester Lining: 50% Recycled polyester / 50% Polyester
Product information "Sneakers PRINCE | Ecoalf"
The Prince trainers have the lowest carbon footprint on the market. They are made from our recycled Polyester sea yarn which comes from the ECOALF Foundation’s Upcycling The Oceans project, through which more than 4,000 fishermen across the Mediterranean Sea have collected more than 1,000 tons of waste since 2015. We seek to clean up the oceans with this process and facilitate the correct management of recovered waste. In addition, the sole contains 20% recycled Rubber. We have managed to incorporate recycled Rubber into the sole of our trainers through innovative processes, in our mission to create a new generation of recycled products. Lightweight, comfortable trainers that remove plastic from our oceans.
|Sustainability:||Recycled material, Vegan|
|Sustainability Values:||B Corporation certification: social and environmental performance standards., Certified "PETA-Approved Vegan" Cruelty-free, Ecoalf Foundation: Upcycling the Oceans, Use of recycled materials|
|Main material:||Recycled Polyester|
ECOALF was born in 2009. The idea was to create a fashion brand that is truly sustainable. By integrating breakthrough technology, they create clothing and accessories made entirely from recycled materials.” ECOALF represents the fabrics for the future generations.Manufacturer website
The products purchased on this website are shipped through a carrier to the address provided by the customer. At the time of shipment, you will receive an email from our logistics and shipping partner. Delivery takes 2-5 working days for Italy & Europe, 7-14 working days for extra EU.
B Corporation certification: social and environmental performance standards.
Certified "PETA-Approved Vegan" Cruelty-free
Ecoalf Foundation: Upcycling the Oceans
Use of recycled materials