In collaboration with

Heritage footwear brand, Palladium, introduces its RE-CRAFT collection, a range of upcycled styles that uphold the brand’s commitment to increasing its eco-conscious credentials.

For over 70 years, discovery and adventure have been the hallmarks of the Palladium footwear brand. Starting out as an aeroplane tyre manufacturer in the 1920s, over the years, Palladium’s footwear has become symbols of war, protest, sport, music, art, exploration, and collaboration.


Palladium created one of the first lines of ecological shoes with its organic cotton Pallabrousse in 1991. Carrying on its legacy as an ecological pioneer, Palladium introduces its new RE-CRAFT collection, consisting of the original PALLASHOCK, PAMPA and PALLA ACE models. Each style is certified free of harmful chemicals, contains at least 95% organic fires and receives Gold-Rated LWG Certifications, meaning throughout the supply chain only certified leather manufacturers and traders are used.


By reclaiming off-cuts of fabric that would otherwise go to waste, Palladium reimagines its classic styles with a modern upcycled look. Created with patchwork recycled appliques, modern neon lacing and a breathable organic canvas, each shoe is made with maximum comfort and support in mind.


RE-CRAFT is a call-to-action encouraging consumers to adopt a more eco-conscious approach to footwear. Palladium aim to deliver a future-thinking product for the future creators of the world.


Available to shop on Palladium’s website now.



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