Suno’s Upcycled-Fabric Sneakers Benefit Wildlife Conservation in Kenya

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Shout hallelujah because Suno’s getting happy again with a fresh crop of sneakers in six zesty new prints. Ethically crafted in Kenya from fabric offcuts and recycled rubber, the multihued canvas lace-ups and slip-ons feature kaleidoscopic florals, madras plaids, and nubby stripes from the label’s past collections. Plus, each shoe comes with a drawstring bag made from Suno’s signature kanga fabrics. Need another reason? Fifteen percent of each purchase benefits the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, a Kenyan reserve devoted to protecting endangered elephants and rhinos.

+ Sneakers $65

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[Via Refinery29]

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