Since 1947, we continually take conscious steps to protect our planet and manage the footprint we leave on it. Long before it was a necessity for brands, Palladium was a pioneer in the 90s when it launched its first Pampa boots in organic cotton. This year, to celebrate its 75th anniversary, our Pampa, which was awarded in 1994, has been re-born as the Pampa Eco-Versary. Inspired by the archive style, these new shoes are made from durable materials: recycled wood palette powder, an organic cotton upper and biodegradable lace tips.
Our Pampa Eco-Versary style refuses to make compromises, promising comfort, durability and style. Worn by Max Muench (@muenchmax), the talented German photographer invites us on a journey through Mongolia, capturing the boots at sunrise in a unique natural setting.
We are proud to propose eco-friendly collections season after season. Other styles like Pallasock Mid Organic also have an durable dimension. Featuring a 100% organic cotton upper, this pair also has a cork insole and a robust recycled rubber sole.
Our ambition for the future is to make a commitment to use at least one recycled or sustainable component in all of our shoes by 2025.