Winter Clothing PLR

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Winter Clothing PLR (10 Articles + Tweets)

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Here are the topics included in this Winter Clothing PLR:

  1. 12 Tips for Refashioning Your Winter Wardrobe (605 words)
  2. Fairtrade, Ethical, Organic – What’s the Difference? (613 words)
  3. How Eco-Friendly Is Cotton? (630 words)
  4. How Eco-Friendly Is Wool? (625 words)
  5. How to Clean Your Coat at Home to Save on Dry Cleaning (650 words)
  6. How to Go Green with Your Winter Footwear (593 words)
  7. How to Make a New Winter Coat out of an Old One (609 words)
  8. Ten Sweater Upcycling Ideas (597 words)
  9. Thrift Store Shopping Tips (658 words)
  10. Tips for Finding an Eco-Friendly Coat (602 words)

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How to Go Green with Your Winter Footwear

Many consumers who want to go green are looking for a range of options for everything they need to buy. Surprisingly, this also includes winter footwear. There are more options on the market than ever. It’s really just a question of whether you want vegan footwear or not. If you’re ready to give up your Uggs for the sake of the planet, read on.

What Is Vegan Footwear Made From?

The short answer is that anything that is sourced from an animal is off the list, meaning leather, wool, sheepskin and so on. This being the case, manufacturers turn to natural products such as rubber, canvas, hemp, jute, and other sturdy materials that can hold up to rain, snow, and icy conditions.

It’s best to avoid synthetic products like plastic, since they are sourced from petroleum and therefore polluting and non-sustainable.

The Classic Wellington Boot

These boots are great for the rain and have even become a fashion statement as manufacturers move beyond the standard green and black colors. They are made of rubber. The quality of the rubber will determine how sturdy the boot is and how much wear you get out of it when walking. Rubber can be recycled; the only issue is that the rubber industry has some very unethical practices.

Other Natural Materials

There are a surprising number of all-natural raw materials being used to make shoes and winter boots. Here are a few stand-out companies.

* Beyond Skin

These shoes are 100% PETA-approved and completely vegan. They are made with “dinamica” faux suede, made out of 100% recycled PET plastics. They use recycled polyurethane for the lining. The shoes are made in Spain and all materials are sourced locally when possible to reduce their carbon footprint.

* Po-Zu

Po-Zu has regular, vegetarian, and vegan shoes and boots. They use many organic materials in their products, such as organic cotton for padding and linings. The shoes are made in Portugal by locals in a factory with a strict non-toxic policy. They use chromium-free leather and wool, but also natural materials such as Piñatex, made from pineapple leaves, cork, and coir made from coconut fiber to keep the shoes and boots waterproof.

* Novacas

“No cows” is what this vegan footwear company is all about. Their shoes and boots are 100% PVC free and made from non-toxic, high quality synthetic microfibers which are produced in ethical factories in Portugal.

Leather, Suede, Sheepskin, Goat

* Oliberté

If you really can’t live without leather, Oliberté produces ethical footwear from Ethiopia, with materials sourced locally and all producers able to earn a living thanks to their Fair trade practices. The leather comes from free-range and hormone-free Ethiopian cows and goats. They run a lean, green company that uses only materials in their factories, and the shoes come with a lifetime warranty.

* Mimco

Mimco use cow, goat and sheep hide in their shoes. It is all sourced as a by-product from other industries such as the meat industry. They use no dyes and wool that has not been overly processed, saving on water and chemicals.

Choosing the Right Footwear

Whatever winter shoes or boots you choose, they should fit well and be roomy enough not to rub or press, but not so roomy that your feet slip around in them. You also need to consider the tread — is it up to icy conditions? If in doubt, or you want to keep on using your broken-in winter boots, get a pair of rubber and metal Yaktrax for grip in even the iciest conditions.


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