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VEGAN SNEAKERS

HALIMA IS SUSTAINABLE FOR THE FUTURE

HALIMA running sneaker booties, are made in the Love our Planet way.
The upper material is made from recycled nylon and waterbase PU.
The style has small contrast colour details on the side, tongue and a leaf logo badge.
Our logo on the backside is tone in tone. On the tongue we have a recycled rubber patch with shaped logo.
There are side zip fastenings for easy foot entry, with our zip puller branded.
The fluffy short hair lining, made from 100% Recycled soft fur.
Webbings and laces are made from 100% recycled polyester bicolors. The padded recycled Bloom insole foam adds additional comfort in wear.
The outsole is made from partly recycled TPR material with a strong anti-slippery effect.

Recycling reduces the consumption of virgin raw materials, water and energy.
Dear animal friends, all our products are 100% Vegan!

BLACK

€ 79,99​

OUR RECIPE

We help to clean the planet and give new life with our Vegan Sneakers!

Upper

Min. 51% Recycled Polyester & Waterbased PU

Lining

100% Recycled Polyester

Sock

100% Recycled Polyester

Sole

Min. 60% Recycled TPR

HOW TO WEAR NAME

Become a global ambassador for @loveourplanet_footwear and share your look with us on Instagram!

DESIGNED WITH GREAT PASSION LOVE AND SUSTAINABILITY IN EVERY DETAIL​

We are constantly researching the most environmentally friendly way possible to get to the next level of sustainability.
We want to protect the environment by using as many recycled materials as current technology allows & a manufacturing process that is kind to the planet.

OUR MISSION

Sustainability for Love our Planet is very much at the heart of our thinking so we create a more sustainable branded shoe collection with a stylish look and help to protect our planet.

We are faced with increasingly scarce natural resources so it has become urgent to think of new materials, processes and practices that are more sustainable and respectful of the environment.

We can help to do this by using up waste materials rather than destroying them, avoiding CO2 emission that increase the greenhouse effect and subsequently global warming.