From the Converse 1970s' collection the Chuck Taylor low in Enamel Red with Egret sole and black foxing. By 1970, the design of the Chuck had evolved to the height of function and utility for sport and was considered the best basketball sneaker, ever. The Chuck 70 sneaker is built from that original design, with extraordinary attention to detail. Find good fortune with yin yang details inspired by the coast, premium organic canvas, and colour-popped license plates.
Adidas Originals gives the retro classic a sustainable rework. The Continental 80 has been reintroduced with this pair built using sustainable vegan uppers constructed from 100% recycled polyester lining. Complimented well with a bold red type which comments "This shoe alone will not save the planet". Here at FallenFront we are so excited to share these to you, a crisp white shoe, minimally styled and a shoe that goes with everything in your wardrobe... literally.
Vegan upper with 100% recycled polyester lining
OrthoLite® sock liner
Vegan street shoes
Algae-based EVA foam midsole: This pair of shoes features an algae-based EVA foam that helps clean at least 10 litres of polluted lake water
Outsole made of 90% natural rubber and 10% waste rubber content
These shoes are made with Primegreen, a series of high-performance recycled materials. The upper contains 70% recycled content
The Old Skool, Vans classic skate shoe and the first to bare the iconic side stripe, has a low-top lace-up silhouette with a durable canvas upper with metal eyelets, padded tongue and lining and Vans signature Waffle Outsole.