Two Degrees is a new premium boat shoe brand that has created stylish and comfortable boat shoes that protect 1,000 square feet of endangered habitat around the world. This is their Feet for Feet® business model.
The company is launching on 30th May 2018 with one style of boat shoe that is available in six different colours. The individual colours available in the range are named after trees:
• Black Bamboo – black bio-nubuck
• Colombian Walnut – dark brown bio-leather
• Honey Locust – tan bio-leather
• Wild Olive – olive green bio-nubuck
• Field Elm – beige bio-nubuck
• White Oak – light beige bio-suede
The shoes are made in Portugal by an experienced boat shoe manufacturer and the whole supply chain is also based in Portugal.
The Two Degrees company name comes from the worldwide commitment, made at the Paris Agreement, to limit the global temperature rise to 2°C above pre-industrial levels.
Two Degrees are using their Feet for Feet® model to protect habitat around the world through shoe sales. Since 2000, the equivalent of 50 football pitches in the Amazon have been destroyed every minute1 and more than 150 species of plants, insects and mammals are believed to be going extinct every single day.2 Two Degrees have partnered with the World Land Trust (Sir David Attenborough and Steve Backshall are both patrons) to initially protect habitats in Ecuador, Argentina and Mexico.
Kickstarter Campaign: https://kck.st/2H7j5dn