Thousand Fell aims to establish a new standard for sourcing and design that challenges the industry. They believe that all design should begin with end-of-life and product circularity in mind. They turn coconut husk, sugar cane, and recycled bottles into sneakers to create a new type of product that can be recycled. Every pair of Thousand Fell, made in a family-owned factory in Brazil, is backed by their commitment to building a better future and is always ready to recycle. When you’re done with yours, Thousand Fell will take them back at their recycling facility and keep them out of a landfill, whether by refurbishing them and donating them to someone in need or by ensuring that their raw materials are reused. The brand is focused on designing durable, long lasting sneakers that are easy to clean and refurbish. The shoes are made down the road from sugarcane fields and coffee farms in Franca, Brazil. They are crafted in a family-owned factory with three decades of high-end shoemaking experience. By working in a smaller factory, Thousand Fell is able to keep excess inventory low and quality high. Thousand Fell participates in both carbon and water offsetting projects, and is a member of 1% For The Planet where they fund projects and non-profits that give back to the environment. Thousand Fell is the future of footwear.