One time, for Christmas, I bought my mom the adoption rights to a baby elephant in Kenya to protect it from encroachment. She cried! But if I had known that I could’ve performed the very same service and gotten a pair of sparkly shoes thrown in, frankly, I would have been better off. The soles of Suno’s first-ever shoes are made out of recycled rubber and all proceeds go towards a wildlife fund to protect baby elephants. Plus, a large part of Suno’s mission is to generate textile jobs in Kenya. And, they’re guilt-free in one other very important way: at only $65, compared to Suno’s normal sky-high prices, your buyer’s remorse will be positively nonexistent. Great for the world, great for you. Head over to Suno’s web site to buy a pair of their new shoes, and if you have some cash left over and would still like to adopt your own elephant, check out the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.
Suno’s Guilt-Free Sneakers
POSTED December 9, 2011 3:59PM IN STYLE NEWS