Our website makes use of cookies. To find out more please read our privacy policy
Close
Close Menu

BUTTERFLY HI - Indigo - Unisex

£65.00 GBP
  Size Price

Shipping Click here for information on our shipping costs.

This item will be shipped directly by the supplier.

Low cut vegan lace-up sneaker in organic cotton featuring a screen printed Po-Zu butterfly logo. Made in Sri Lanka.

**This style runs small. We recommend you go up a size for the optimum fit**

Entire sole including foxing and toe cap is made in locally sourced Fair Trade rubber sole, certified by the Fair Rubber Association. Featuring removable memory-foam Foot-Mattress™ (allows orthotics placement) in latex and coconut husk.

Colour: Indigo

Materials:
Upper - Organic Cotton Canvas
Lining - Organic Cotton Canvas
Footbed - Organic Cotton Canvas
Foot-Mattress - Coconut Husk & Natural Latex, 5mm thick (removable), Moulds to your foot shape
Sole - Fair Trade Rubber
Sole Assembly - Vulcanized

Also available as a low-cut sneaker.

Po-Zu

We are creators of sustainable and ethically sourced shoes.
Our name is central to the way we go about our business. ‘Po-Zu’ stems from the Japanese ポーズ, meaning to pause. Our natural and sustainable materials such as organic cotton, pinatex (leather made from pineapple leaf fibres), wool, cork, and natural latex are carefully selected to offer the ultimate in comfort, warmth and durability and are sourced from some of the best available renewable sources.
Read all about Po-Zu

Po-Zu big sellers

Support Po-Zu
HAN SOLO Sneakers - Men's £69.00 GBP
Support Po-Zu
FALCON - White - Unisex £59.00 GBP
Support Po-Zu
BUTTERFLY - Black - Unisex £55.00 GBP
Support Po-Zu
BUTTERFLY HI - White - Unisex £65.00 GBP
See all Po-Zu items
Supporting the Makers (icon)

SUPPORTING THE MAKERS

Our suppliers create opportunities for disadvantaged people

Protecting the planet (icon)

PROTECTING THE PLANET

Our products are sourced with sustainability in mind

A hand up, not hand out (icon)

A HAND UP, NOT HAND OUT

We’re striving to dismantle poverty through social trading