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"LAVA" Eco Shoes

"LAVA" Eco Shoes

HK$450.00
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Description

:: FEATURES ::

   Used rubber tires are a major environmental issue, especially in Africa and Southeast Asia 
where many countries do not have the means to dispose of them. Most are discarded and 
disposed of in the countryside, the jungles or just burnt in site. But these methods of disposal 
destroy the environment with their leaching chemicals or poisonous fumes. Rubber tires are 
hardy things and so it is our intention that we combine these with hand crafted natural hemp 
to make our environmentally friendly shoes.​
   The surface was made by natural hemp fabric and hand weaving Burma "NAGA" fabric with 
comfortable padded insoles and adjustable strap for different dorsum height. Shoes bottoms 
were up-cycled by using abandon car tire, one step forward avoiding plastic material, extra 
durable and anti slippery. 


Original designed by EARTH.er and Handmade in Northern Thai families.


:: Euro Size ::

  S   = 35-36
  M  = 36-37
  L   = 37-38
XL   = 39-40

:: All About HEMP ::

Natural hemp is a fast growing economical plant. It requests low water consumption 
and landfield for growing rich fabric material without using pesticide and fertilizer.
Certainly 
natural hemp is biodegradable. 

Learn more from : https://econation.co.nz/hemp/


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