Ethically made in Brazil
The B-Mesh used by Veja is made from recycled plastic bottles. 3 plastic bottles are used to create each pair of sneakers. This upcycling process creates a smart fabric that is both breathable an waterproof. Upper in B-Mesh, with panels made from vegan suede. Logo V made from rubber. Lining and insole made from recycled polyester jersey. Sole made of EVA and wild rubber from the Amazonian forest. Made in Brazil in the region of Porto Alegre.
Size & Fit
True to size
About the Brand
In 2004, childhood friends Sébastien Kopp and François-Ghislain Morillion founded Veja, a line of socially conscious sneakers inspired by vintage volleyball shoes. The French house works with Brazilian farmers to produce its minimal, subtly branded low-tops using organic cotton, wild rubber, and other sustainable materials. Known for its commitment to ethical business practices, the cult-worthy label forgoes traditional advertising and credits its success to word-of-mouth marketing.