Paul Green Pure
Times change, values remain. In order to meet the challenges of the future in a responsible manner, the issue of sustainability is more topical than ever. Therefore Paul Green began a journey to produce “greener” shoes. With the new product family Paul Green PURE we have succeeded in doing so. The shoes are a blessing for the feet and a clear conscience - thanks to modern design and sustainable materials. Whether recyclable, made of renewable raw materials, compostable, or degradable, each and every component of our Paul Green PURE models thinks a step ahead. Good for you. Even better for the environment.
PAUL GREEN PURE - FAIR FASHION AT ITS BEST
The collection includes sporty models with sustainable, natural materials. For instance leather tanned in a chrome-free process and renewable raw materials such as Tencel, which is produced from wood. The soles are made of over 51% recycled materials (the “51%” series) or are compostable (“Go!Zero” series). These models also have their finger on the pulse of the times in terms of their looks - beautiful, sleek and concentrated on what‘s most important.
SHOE PRODUCTION - PROFESSIONAL AND TRANSPARENT
Paul Green produces 100% of its products in Europe. Short purchasing and transportation pathways save resources and improve the CO2 footprint.
PACKAGING - WE ARE THINKING A STEP AHEAD
The idea of sustainability does not stop at the shoe: The packaging also
gets a new look. True to the motto "Doesn’t come in a bag", the renewable
TENCEL laces are processed on the sides of the cardboard box in such a way
that you can simply use them as carrying handles. In this way the cardboard
is also recyclable, as it is made of real grass paper. Grass paper differs
from ordinary wood paper in that a certain percentage - usually between 25 and
50 percent - consists of grass fibers. The advantage of using grass fibres is
obvious: grass grows much faster than wood - so the resources of the local
nature are used more efficiently and less exploited. In addition, as a raw
material for paper production, grass causes up to 50% less CO2 emissions