Run The Planet Autumn
March 01, 2006 by Terra Plana
Terra Plana Worn Again 2006
They might not be the most technical running shoes, but Worn Again's recycled footwear shows that it is possible to enjoy your favorite sport while respecting the environment literally head to toe. The collection features two unisex styles of shoes, the model "Escape" and the model "Jack", designed by some of the most creative talent in the United Kingdom, Ajoy Sahu (formerly from Prada) and Asher Clark (from Terra Plana).
Salvaged leather rescued from old automobiles, used coffee bags that have shipped coffee beans from Shanghai to Sichuan, unwanted vintage T-shirts and surplus military jackets denied action, are not the materials you would expect a pair of trainers to be made out of. Both shoes have soles made from recycled rubber, lining from second-hand granddad shirts and the foot beds are covered in reclaimed jeans. Additionally, variation in colour and texture, due to the reused materials, guarantees slight differences in each pair, providing undeniable individuality....