The Italian brand produces footwear in an ethical and ecological way

[On the cover: A S/S 2021 proposal ]

What places people in closer contact with nature than shoes? Especially at such a delicate time, requiring everyone to slow down a previous hectic pace of life and indulge in the pleasure of long walks immersed in nature. This has inspired the philosophy of Clewoo, owned by the Italian company Falca, which has opted for natural methods of sustainable production, with a few manual steps, and high quality raw materials. Soles are made from wood sourced from forests the brand is committed to repopulating each year, and 35% recycled rubber, with identical resistance and flexibility properties, even after processing. Laces are made of 100% cotton from controlled supply chains. Winter footwear uppers are made from wool felt and vegetable-tanned, low environmental impact leather that limits water waste.

Clewoo pledges to reforest the land in order to restore to the planet places that provide us with air, shade and enjoyment: each year it plants 10 thousand new trees on a two-hectare surface area of land.