Here at Slow Nature we get a warm and fuzzy feeling when you, our dear customers, share your shopping experience with us.
That’s exactly what Flaminia did after buying the nat-2™ Prime Chelsea Boots.
“Wow! I love them! This is the first pair of ‘eco’ boots that I’ve ever owned, and I’m officially a fan. Personally, I really like how soft and stylish they are. They’ll be great for the spring and summer festivals.”
These waterproof boots are perfect for those muddy – and let’s face it, rainy moments – at festivals. Now you can stay dry and chic at the same time. The shoe is made using a patented technique where left over pieces of fine leather from high-end luxury brands are repurposed and mixed with rubber to make a 100% waterproof material. Looks-wise, the recycled material gives these rainboots a timeless and vintage feel.
The brand, nat-2™, calls itself ‘the pioneer in sustainable and eco-friendly luxurious footwear’. And they have the credentials to prove it. They work with organisations and materials such as FSC ®, GOTS ®, OEKO-TEX ®, TÜV, Intertek, Hansecontrol, BSCI, SA8000, ISO9001, Ubuntoo, Common Objective, Worthproject EU, United Nations, UN Alliance for Sustainable Fashion, Greenstyle, Neonyt, Fashionsustain, Blauer Engel, Impact.choices, The Wearness, Define Network…
As Flaminia told us, “It’s exciting to be able to wear quality shoes without compromising on ethics and the environment”. If like Flaminia you’ve bought from Slow Nature and want to share your unboxing experience here, let us know. You’ll even get a 10% discount on your next purchase!
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