Overall Rating: Certified

Shop: Mens | Womens

Home Country: USA

“Circular Vegan Sneakers”

Thousand Fell is known for its stylish vegan and eco-friendly men’s and women’s sneakers. But, did you know about their shoe recycling program called “Super Circle”? This program helps reduce the amount of unwanted shoes that end up in landfills. Thousand Fell is also in the process of obtaining a B Corporation certification.

Overall Rating: Certified

Shop: Mens | Womens

Home Country: USA

“Circular Vegan Sneakers”

Eco-Stylist Certified
Thousand Fell is known for its stylish vegan and eco-friendly men’s and women’s sneakers. But, did you know about their shoe recycling program called “Super Circle”? This program helps reduce the amount of unwanted shoes that end up in landfills. Thousand Fell is also in the process of obtaining a B Corporation certification.

Transparency

Two Leaves Earned
Rated: Good
  • Thousand Fell talks about where their shoes are made in Brazil on their About Us page.
  • Thousand Fell has been in pursuit of a B Corporation certification and is currently awaiting approval.
  • To improve their score, Thousand Fell needs to provide information about their manufacturing facilities (textile mills, suppliers, etc.).

Fair Labor

One Leaf Earned
Rated: Fair
  • 1% of every Thousand Fell purchase is donated to a nonprofit of the consumer’s choice.  Learn more here under “The Thousand Fell Community’s Impact”.

 

  • To improve their score, Thousand Fell needs to disclose their Supplier Code of Conduct on their website.
  • Thousand Fell also needs to provide and prove they provide living wages to all of their workers.

Sustainably Made

Three Leaves Earned
Rated: Excellent
  • Thousand Fell participates in both carbon and water offsetting projects.  Learn more here under “Replenish What We Take”.
  • All Thousand Fell products are vegan friendly because they do not use any material that is derived from animals.
  • Thousand Fell started a recycling program called “Super Circle” where they pay customers to recycle their Thousand Fell sneakers. Learn more here.

Last Updated: 11/16/21.

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