Substainable and virtually indestructible, Jack Steinweis, Kevin Crowley, and Mark Kane of Unstitched Utilities have created an awesome looking alternative among the shoe universe. Of course you’ll stand apart in a pair of Unstitched Utilities’s flaming red “Next Day Lows”, but nothing will solidify that warm fuzzy feeling of knowing that these shoes can be properly disposed of after serving their purpose. Whats even more impressive about Unstitched Utilities is the array of styles that are offered. From high-tops to low-tops and camouflage to recycled magazine, Unstitched Utilities definitely has something in store for you.
Unstitched Utilities started with three friends – all of whom have played an integral part in some of the most successful fashion footwear brands.
Jack Steinweis, Kevin Crowley, and Mark Kane realized they were all tied up in their corporate careers so they decided it was time to get UNSTITCHED.
They were tired of corporations and the stock market holding them back from doing what was right, so they decided to cut the strings and become UNSTITCHED
Everyone these days is aware of the greater effects our lifestyles have on the environment at large. For contemporary consumers, it’s cool to “go green”, yet these consumers do not want to shirk their style. Enter Unstitched Utilities, a brand that perfectly mediates social consciousness and couture. Fashioned from repurposed and recyclable materials, which are environmentally and vegan friendly, this line of sustainable forward-thinking shoes provide the consumer with a hip and trendy alternative to the usual standbys. When someone is in a pair of our Unstitched Utilities footwear, they only need to let their feet do the talking…
* FASHION FORWARD * SUSTAINABLE *
* ECO-FRIENDLY * VEGAN-FRIENDLY *
“Our shoes are produced in Asia, either China or Vietnam. Like many of our customers we are concerned that the employees of the factories we deal with are in safe working conditions and not taken advantage of. We do everything possible to make sure this happens.”
Tyvek is a flashspun high-density polyethylene fiber that is water resistant, highly breathable, extremely durable and very lightweight. Tyvek is both vegan and eco-friendly as it is recyclable, adding a sustainability factor.
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