A groundbreaking UK shoe organisation is changing a figure of a boots attention – by creation it probable for people to wear pineapple leaves on their feet.
London-based conform boots brand, Bourgeois Boheme, has launched a operation of boots done regulating a by-products of a pineapple industry.
The company’s founder, Alicia Lai, tells Metro.co.uk that a new Pinatex operation includes oppulance styles that demeanour good and are ethically sound as well.
According to Alicia, ‘Pinatex is a healthy and sustainable, non-woven weave done from pineapple root fibres. These fibres are a by-product of a pineapple collect and therefore need no additional land, water, fertilisers or pesticides during prolongation stage.
‘Pinatex resembles lush grainy leather and is soothing yet strong, light and breathable.’
No additional water, no deleterious fertilisers and no animals are harmed. What’s not to love?
Well a cost maybe – women’s boots start from £129 while men’s versions start from £180.
There is another upside to a boots though.
The association uses Portuguese shoe factories where satisfactory salary are paid.
Alicia visits a sites mixed times any year to safeguard her company’s joining to environmentalism and sustainability is being adhered to.
She says, ‘Using this new element fits ideally in with Bourgeois Boheme’s unwavering sensibilities and loyalty to support creation and technological advancement.’
Pineapple boots are a reliable future, it would seem.