Veja

Campo Leather - Full Parme

Sale price
€79,50
Regular price
€159,00
Colour: Parme
Size: UK3Only 1 left
Campo Leather - Full Parme
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Go from street to studio in Veja's Campo Chromefree Leather Full Parme trainers. With a stylish colourway and ChromeFree leather upper, they're ultra-versatile.

  • ChromeFree leather
  • Sustainable
  • Wild rubber sole
  • Casual shoes

Size Guide

All trainers on thesportsedit.com are shown in UK sizes.

The Campo style is true to size but has a wider fit. We recommend choosing your regular size.

Shoe length: UK 3 - 23.7cm, UK 4 - 24.3cm, UK 5 - 25cm, UK 6 - 25.7cm, UK 7 - 26.3cm, UK 8 - 27cm

Upper : ChromeFree leather
Panels : Leather
Logo V : Leather
Insole : Amazonian rubber (11%), sugar cane (42%), E.V.A (53 %), recycled E.V.A (11%), organic cotton (12%) and others (14%)
Sole : Amazonian rubber (40%), silica (23%), recycled rubber (10%), synthetic rubber (11%) and others (16%)
Welt : Rubber
Lining : Tech (100% recycled polyester)
Laces : Organic cotton (100%)

Innovation, ethics and fashion is at the heart of Veja. Throwing out the old trainer manufacturing model, Veja buy their organic cotton and Amazonian rubber straight from the source, helping create economic stability for the farmers and their families.

Amazonian Rubber

One of the main raw materials used in VEJA footwear soles is Amazonian Rubber, which Veja buys 5 times the market price directly from cooperatives formed by families of rubber tapers, ensuring the the families and area surrounding them are protected. Veja does this as part of the Fair for Life certification, providing extra funding to producers to invest in development projects such as improving the living conditions of rubber tappers and protecting the beautiful rainforest where the material is sourced.

Leather & Suede

Since its inception, Veja has been committed to traceability and chemical transparency. The bovine Chromefree leather found on Campo's is sourced and tanned in Brazil (Rio Grande do Sul), without using any hazardous or prohibited chemicals. Over the years they have developed the tanning process, particularly the use dyes. By simplifying it, the use of chemicals, water and energy are limited, and the waste water is recycled.