Italian footwear giant Womsh utilizes apples to make its vegan leather shoe trainers.

Working with northern Italian corporation Frumat, the brand has made a scope of vegan shoes utilizing apple vegan leather. The material uses the centers and skins of apples disposed of from modern procedures and consolidates them with Polyurethane to make vegan leather.

As indicated by the site, Womsh meant to make a line that “regards both the most elevated stylish models and eco-supportability.”


The site likewise expresses that the shoes are “environmentally friendly, insulated while ensuring an abnormal state of breathability, and are also waterproof.”

The shoes aren’t simply produced using vegan leather— they can likewise be “recycled and reused to make anti-slip and anti-fall flooring for playgrounds.”  Owners can email the corporation or return destroyed shoes to their closest store to get a 10€ rebate voucher.

Womsh uses apple leather to create its vegan line | Image/Womsh

Frumat got the Technology and Innovation Award at the Green Carpet Fashion Awards in Milan a year ago. The organization inspired judges with its plant-based vegan leather of “such quality and claim that it can dislodge animal leather”


Apples aren’t the main organic product being utilized to make options in contrast to animal leather products. Various organizations have as of late declared dress and shoes produced using pineapple vegan leather.

High-road design retailer H&M as of late declared it would incorporate apparel produced using Piñatex vegan leather in its Conscious collection.


The alternatives incorporate a vegan leather coat highlighting animal print and silver pineapple vegan leather details. There are likewise coordinating boots and a sack to finish the look.

Smaller brands, for example, Denmark based Nature Footwear additionally utilize the material. It declared its vegan line on its Instagram, saying:

“The wait is over. Our vegan collection made from pineapple leaf fibers is here. One hundred percent natural, sustainable, and cruelty-free.”


Feasible style ruler Stella McCartney stood up about the issue in a meeting with Vogue Magazine.

“An animal decomposes when it’s natural, but after all the chemical treatments [applied] to a leather handbag, it isn’t going to decompose in your wardrobe,” she said.


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