These stunning hemp trainers are unique in their design and style, being one of the very few items of quality hemp footwear on the market today.
HempStyle One Earth Hemp Trainers are made from high quality hemp material. Both the outer and inner parts of the trainer are made from hemp, giving them a sturdy but comfortably flexible structure.
The area around the ankle and heel is padded for comfort, while the whole shoe sits on a cushioned rubber sole with light tread. The white cotton laces are strong and threaded through metal eyelets.
These trainers are built for style and comfort, weighing under 750g but with the tough hemp material they are also made to last.
- Durable hemp on the inside and outside
- Cushioned rubber sole
- Very lightweight
- Padded around the heel and ankle for comfort
- Stylish design
The trainers are showerproof (you’ll be OK in a light shower), but due to the porous properties of hemp material they are not waterproof.
These trendy HempStyle Hemp Trainers come packed with a HempStyle Shoe Bag worth £13.99, all packed in a brown cardboard box with absolutely NO plastic.
The lightweight HempStyle Drawstring Bag included gives you the perfect way to store, protect or transport your HempStyle trainers. It has an outer zipped pocket and sports the traditional Nepalese gheri pattern on the front.
Hemp – THC free. Genuine HempStyle product.
Made Fair Trade in Nepal.
Check out our footwear size guide HERE
Why Hemp Trainers?
Hemp is emerging as THE sustainable alternative to cotton.
- Hemp is more durable and stronger than cotton, despite being lighter
- Natural organic hemp fibre is biodegradable
- Hemp fibre is porous and breathable
- Hemp is densely grown and chokes out competing plants so chemical herbicides aren’t necessary
- It requires a relatively small amount of land to cultivate and returns 60%-70% of nutrients it takes from the soil
- Hemp can produce up to double the fibre yield per hectare than cotton
- Cotton uses 50% more water than hemp to be turned into fabric. When you include growing and processing together, cotton uses a massive 4-5 times more water