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Zèta, the vegan shoes!

If we take a closer look at the situation of animal leather, it is responsible for 20% of global greenhouse gas emissions.
In addition to environmental problems, animal leather presents health and ethical problems.
  • More than 16 million people are exposed to the danger of tanning

  • Every year, 1 billion animals are killed for their skins.

  • It takes almost 20 times more energy resources to produce 1kg of leather.

The importance of consuming less but better. To respond to this observation and to face up to this polluting industry, the textile industry is developing sustainable materials with the aim of preserving the environment, which was difficult to imagine even five years ago.

The innovation of vegetable leather: vegan shoes.

For some time now, many environmentally friendly innovations have been appearing. 

But what is "vegan leather"? 

Vegan leather uses vegan materials that are not of animal origin and are not tested on animals. tested on animals. It is made from recycled synthetic materials such as clarino or lorica. Other compositions include the integration of leather, Pinatex (pineapple leather), Muskin (made from mushrooms), or even Muskin (made from mushrooms), or even apple leather.

 Why choose vegan shoes? 

Beyond the ethical aspect, there is a real ecological impact. The production of leather is responsible for 18% of greenhouse gases. Favouring vegan shoes made from pineapple, for example, is part of a zero-waste approach since the entire fruit is used. of the fruit is used. You can avoid conventional shoes produced with harmful components such as PVC, a plastic that is very harmful to the environment and and health.  

 Zèta: Vegan shoes made of grapes.

Since September, Zèta has been making recycled trainers from the waste of wine production (72% grapes production (72% grapes 28% water-based PU).

In total, one pair of recycled Alpha trainers recycles 3kg of waste.

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