Ethically Handmade in Europe

unisex vegan sneakers and apparel

sustainable vegan sneakers

unisex peta-approved vegan sneakers

our sneakers aren't just vegan. we make them with the world's highest-quality premium recycled materials to help clean up our planet one sneaker at a time.

and to minimse our impact, whilst making the planet a cleaner, greener place, we only use locally sourced materials from europe - and plant 15 trees for every pair of trash planet shoes purchased, and 1 to 5 trees for apparel.

so far, with your support, we've planted over 9,000 trees!

Inspired by surf and skate culture

born in cornwall
made in europe

trash planet was born by the coast in the surf hotspot of cornwall in the uk.

at the time, we were faced with a choice: to wear leather shoes, contributing to the exploitation of animals, or wear vegan shoes made entirely from virgin plastic, essentially destroying our environment.

those options weren't good enough for us. that's why we're creating footwear and apparel from as many recycled and organic materials as possible as we work towards our fully circular recycling model to ensure no products ever end up in landfills, or our oceans - and instead, are completely recycled into new products.

at the moment, our most recycled shoe sits at around 85%, and we can recycle all major components.

Organic Apparel

water-based, fairwear certified, plastic free apparel

all of our clothing and accessories are fairwear certified.

our clothing is screenprinted by hand and embroidered in england, and we only use peta-approved vegan water-based inks, and plastic-free embroidery.

Limited drops to prevent overproduction

fighting waste by using waste

to fight overproduction we only produce limited edition, small quantities of our vegan sneakers; each style is released with an embroidery detail of the date that they were first designed.

once they're sold out, no vegan sneaker will ever be made the same again.

we also use waste materials to create our premium vegan sneakers including: recycled plastic water bottles, recycled waste from the ocean, waste corn and sweetcorn fibres and even plant and tree fibres.

you can find out the specifics of each product by going to the product page and checking out the materials tab.