Every sneaker is recycled, vegan and ethically made
We call our sneakers damn close to perfect. In fact, we're confident that you'll feel the difference in quality when you get them. That's why we offer 30 day free returns, and free EU and USA shipping.
We're in the midst of a climate emergency
We're tackling it by cleaning up our planet - one sneaker at a time. Every sneaker is expertly made in our boutique factory with waste rubber, sweetcorn waste, tree fibres, and even plastic taken from our oceans.
Together, we're making the world a greener place: we've already planted over 3,000 trees with your support, and our mangroves absorb up to 4x the amount of carbon in comparison to standard terrestrial forests!
The perfect sneaker for leading the rebellion against fast fashion and big corps.
Ethically made in Lousada, Portugal.
Over 50% recycled. Made with ocean plastic, waste rubber from the fashion industry, tree fibres, and even corn waste.
We'll plant 15 trees on your behalf for every pair purchased in our fight against carbon.
Together we are stronger
Our governments, big corporations, and the fashion industry have neglected the rights of workers and the environment for too long.
Trash Planet is a rebellion against a system that doesn't work, and this purpose bleeds into every single thing that we do. Our two founders were tired of boring sustainable brands that had no purpose and didn't inspire the change that we need.
BILLIE HAS JUST DROPPED!
Look, we know sustainable fashion has a bad rep. It's often uninspiring.
Boring. Bland. Beige.
We feel your pain. That's why we developed all of our sneakers to combine style with sustainability, so you can look good and do good at the same time.
We've just dropped our iconic Billie sneaker. Over 50% recycled, and custom made with our own recycled, super thick and durable Trash Planet sole.
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Look, we hate e-mails just as much as you do
We all hate e-mails. In fact, we hate writing them too. Does your phone constantly ping with offers from that stationery store you visited 5 years ago? Same. That's why we'll only send you stuff when we actually have something worth talking about.