Wata Lo Top Paros Pierre (41-45)
The VEJA Wata II sneakers are not your ordinary kicks, as they are made from organic and fair-trade cotton for the canvas upper and lining, while the V appliqués at the side walls are made from wild rubber. Plus, these VEJA shoes are produced in a high standard International Labour Organization factory in Brazil. The design smoothly blends minimalist aesthetics with innovative technologies.
•Lining and laces: 100% organic cotton
•Outsole: 40% Amazonian rubber, 10% recycled rubber
•Insole: 75% bio-based and recycled
•Made in Brazil
Delivery & Returns
Deliveries to most London postcodes are dispatched using our Zero Emissions carrier and will be with you next day.
We aim to dispatch postal orders to the rest of the UK using Royal Mail First Class within 24 hours Monday - Friday. Shipping is free for orders over £50.
Click and Collect
You can collect your order from the store 7 days a week during opening hours. Most orders will be available to collect same day. More
We hope you love your order, but if you do change your mind you can return your purchase to us within 30 days for a refund. Please write your order number on the parcel when you return it. More
VEJA have been producing sneakers with a positive impact at each stage of production since 2005. The brand uses fair trade and organic raw materials, they strive to be fair to all parties in the supply chain, and they invest in research and new technologies.
The organic cotton used by the brand is produced by associations of farmers in Brazil and Peru who cultivate it with respect for people and the environment. It is purchased according to fair trade principles and bought directly from farmers.
Amazonian rubber is one of the main raw materials used by VEJA. VEJA buy directly from cooperatives formed by families of Amazonian rubber harvesters, paying twice the market price. The objective is to value the forest economically in order to protect it.
VEJAs are manufactured in southern Brazil, with well paid workers and good living and working conditions.
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