KUMI sneakers: a sustainable footwear brand from Spain

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KUMI Sneakers is a Spanish brand that makes sustainable, cruelty-free vegan sneakers. The footwear is made of corn and recycled plastic bottles (as opposed to new, specially-made plastic, although it does say “plastic-free” on the home page so I don’t know how that works). As for the rest of the shoe, materials include eco-friendly microfibers, natural rubber, cork, cotton, polyurethane leather (PU), and ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA). The packaging and paper are recycled.

I’d be interested to know more about the sustainability of their natural rubber but this appears to be good. I looked on Good For You but they hadn’t been added to the directory.

Prices start from €119,00.

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  • Brick – $1/month
  • Concrete – $3/month
  • Steel – $5/month
  • Glass – $7/month
  • Bronze – $10/month

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