Minimalist design shoes made mainly with recycled materials, vegan and very light.
- Insole and midsole: 100% recycled plastics, complying with the Global Recycled Standard (GRS)
- Sole: 30% Recycled tire + 10% Recycled tennis balls / Recycled coffee + 60% Natural Rubber
- Water resistant
- Made in Spain
- 20% of the profits are donated to the Fundación A LA PAR
*If you have doubts regarding your shoe size, we recommend ordering the largest size that you usually use.
Deje que los clientes hablen por nosotros
Son super bonitas y tienen varios diseños chulisimos. Muy cómodas y se nota la calidad
Súper contenta con las zapatillas 😊 muy cómodas y versátiles. Además, me encantan los valores de la marca!
Productos de gran calidad, se nota que está cuidado el diseño.
Destacaría la originalidad de las zapatillas, 100% recomendado
It is not easy to find such an innovative and well thought out project. I am delighted to sponsor this entrepreneurial initiative of young people who are so sensitive to the needs of our society and who radiate enthusiasm from all sides. I wish you much success.
Me interesa mucho el aspecto ambiental del proyecto, el uso de materiales residuales y me parece un avance interesante en economía circular.
Super cool project!
Love the mix between environmental sustainability and social compromise, two values I gladly support.
My shoes have also arrived today. Very happy with the overall quality and design. Thanks for bringing this project to reality!
Amazing initiative. It’s about time fashion brands became active to overcome social and environmental issues. 100% supportive!
This project is awesome combination of sustainability and social impact. Proud to be able to contribute!
Amazing idea and great product!! Congrats guys!
Yeah, mine arrived. They look good!
Such an incredible idea! Really looking forward to trying my own pair of NoTime Sneakers. Keep the amazing work up guys!
The World needs more crazy and challenging ideas like this one !! Whats more i LOVE the aesthetics and I am really excited
Wonderful and imaginative idea of recycling things, as said Mother Teresa: “I only feel angry when I see waste. When I see people throwing away things we could use”