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Launched in 2011, the ESPLAR trainers have been named after the Brazilian NGO which brings technical support to the organic cotton farming families Veja works with in North Brazil since 2004. - Upper in low-chrome leather - Lining in organic cotton - Inner sole in organic cotton & expensed rubber - Sole made of wild rubber from the Amazonian forest
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Still Life first opened their doors on Victoria, BC’s historic Johnson Street in 1984. The boutique quickly became a shopping destination, attracting customers with their unique selection of vintage clothing and indie labels. Matt and Kim Jensen took the ownership reins in 2007, breathing new life into the business and offering a more modern POV. Curated with a laidback edit of clothing, accessories and housewares, this iconic shop is now nestled amongst a growing community of like-minded, locally-owned stores in Victoria and opened a second location across the water in Vancouver.
Veja is much more than just a sneaker brand. It is a vision that proposes cultural change, it's a project of action. Founders and best friends, Sébastien Kopp and François Morillion, created Veja on a model of ethics. From sourcing to packaging to distribution, Veja considers the wellbeing of our planet. And they do all this while giving us beyond cool shoes. With their line of unisex sneakers, Veja believes that style is not a question of gender but something that is universal. From classic white to stylish metallic and everything in between, we’re totally on board with these sustainable sneakers.