Flamingos’ Life
Shoes that help reduce plastic waste in the ocean and plant trees instead.
Flamingos’ Life
For men


Flamingos’ Life

Flamingos’ Life is aspiring for transparency

Working towards a sustainable future, they give you as much information as possible.

On their website, they inform you about working hours, salaries, and the benefits and downsides of certain materials.

They want to inspire you to take action while doing the best they can to continue improving.

You are supporting NGOs with every shoe you buy.

Flamingos’ Life makes sure to give back.

Based on the sales, they make monthly donations to NGOs working on environmental and social issues like the Eden Reforestation or the Waste Free Oceans.

Their hometown is also the center of production!

They are supporting local businesses while taking advantage of the long tradition of shoemaking

By keeping their suppliers closeby they can minimize C02 emissions to a minimum.

Innovation starts with the fiber

Their newly developed, biodegradable alternative to leather is made from 47% corn waste provided by the United States.

That might be worth the travel distance!

‍Good to know: Most of their shoes should be bought a size smaller. Especially if you are between sizes. But within Europe, they also offer a free size exchange if the shoe doesn't fit.‍

Certificates and Memberships

Products by

Flamingos’ Life

are produced in

🇪🇸 Made in Spain


Natural fibres

🌻 Organic Cotton, Hemp

Man-made materials

♻️ Recycled Cotton, Recycled Polyester, Recycled Rubber and natural rubber

🌽 Vegan alternative to leather - 47% Corn Waste


🔧 Chrome and nickel-free


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