Veja Shoes

Veja is a French brand of ethical and fair trade trainers. Transparency, Organic Materials and Fair Trade Sourcing. As you can see, Veja trainers are made of a combination of ecological and sustainable materials.

Veja shoes are available in different colours, materials and sizes. Discover our wide selection of Veja Sneakers for men, women and children, and always at the best price!

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VEJA shoes, the committed French brand

The VEJA brand was founded in 2005 in Paris by two friends, Sébastien Kopp and François-Ghislain Morillion. The two were inspired by the idea of changing consumer behaviour in the long term and thus making the world a little better. It is a brand of eco-responsible, fair trade trainers that is recognised worldwide.

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The word "Veja" comes from Portuguese and translates to mean something like "look" or "look" - and that's exactly what the makers of Veja trainers do. The French label specialises in the production and distribution of sustainable and fair trade sports shoes. It is a symbolic product of our generation and our time.

VEJA buys and produces its trainers in Brazil with the intention of enhancing the Amazon rainforest economically in order to protect it.

For the brand, wearing a VEJA is "standing with one foot in design and one foot in commitment", and it is on this idea that everything is based for the brand, the making of new models of trainers, new products, the selection of associations with which the brand will collaborate, the raw materials etc...

VEJA trainers: the brand uses an alternative to leather: the upcycling of corn

Veja trainers are made in Brazil, in the Porto Alegre region, under fair conditions, from organic cotton, naturally tanned leather and natural rubber. All materials are sustainably produced.

Many people talk about vegan fashion, a fashion that would replace leather. Unfortunately, plastic, which contains 99% petroleum, is all too often used instead of leather. The VEJA brand has developed C.W.L, a vegan and bio-sourced material that offers an alternative to leather, both in terms of the smoothness of the material and its ecological commitment.

As you can see, VEJA trainers respect people and are produced under dignified conditions, in direct consultation with producers' associations and manufacturers.

In addition to the use of environmentally friendly materials, the two manufacturers of the brand also pay special attention to the fair remuneration of all employees. And they do this throughout the entire production chain: from the cotton growers in the fields, to the suppliers, to the production workers.

In addition to trainers made from high-quality organic materials, VEJA also has its own line of vegan products. No animal materials are used in the production of these vegan trainers.

In terms of design, Veja trainers follow certain timeless trends and are generally presented in a particularly clean and minimalist manner. This is particularly true of the VEJA V-10 and V-12 models. Veja trainers are an excellent option for trainer fans who are particularly concerned about the environment.

Veja V-10 trainer

The Veja V-10 trainer is the flagship model of the Veja brand. V-10 stands for 10 years of love. The model is composed of an upper made of C.W.L., cotton covered with P.U. & resin from corn waste. The side V logo is made of rubber. The inner lining is made of jersey (33% organic cotton & 67% recycled polyester). Also the insole is made of Amazonian wild rubber and other synthetic materials. Using this rubber helps to preserve and enhance the Amazon rainforest.

If you want to combine a more eco-friendly and responsible lifestyle with impeccable style, you know what you have to do. Green footwear has never been so simple and stylish! Let yourself be tempted by a Veja V-10 sneaker, a must-have for your wardrobe.

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ChromeFree leather is soft and light. Sourced from farms in southern Brazil (Rio Grande do Sul), it undergoes an innovative tanning process during which no chromium, heavy metals or dangerous acids are used. The simplification of the tanning process limits the use of chemicals and energy, as well as reducing the use of water by about 40% and salt by 80%. After tanning, the water is recyclable.