Plant Power Sustainbility

Thoughtfully designed, the new Plant Power Collection is made with carbon neutral, plant-based materials. Reimagining iconic styles with renewable sugarcane, Hevea rubber, natural hemp, and TENCEL™ Lyocell from responsibly-harvested trees, these designs are created using low-emission materials. We then offset the small remaining amount of carbon emissions to ensure a balanced collection that does not compromise style or substance.

FROM PLANT
TO PLUSH.

Our plant-based plush using TENCEL™ Lyocell is made of wood pulp converted into regenerated cellulosic fibers sourced from responsibly-harvested trees certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) and the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC), two leading organizations promoting sustainable forest management.

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SUGARSOLE™.

A renewable resource, sugarcane is swift-growing and rainwater-nourished. The sugarcane in our SugarSole™ foam allows us to reduce our dependency on fossil fuels by replacing petroleum-based ethylene. The sweet crop absorbs 1.6 pounds of CO2 for every pound of ethylene replaced.

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HEVEA RUBBER.

Our handcrafted, small-batch soles are made of latex harvested from the Hevea rubber tree, which means no natural forests are cut down in the production process.

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HEMP FIBER.

We use an environmentally-preferred blend of 45% hemp and 55% cotton instead of synthetic fibers like polyester. For every pound of fiber produced, the hemp plant absorbs 3.58 pounds of CO2 from the atmosphere.

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FEEL GOOD

A JOURNEY TOWARDS A MORE SUSTAINABLE FUTURE

UGG recognizes the importance of protecting our planet for future generations. Working towards a better tomorrow with our sustainability initiative, FEEL GOOD, we are on a journey to understand and minimize the environmental impact of our brand – starting with carbon emissions. A key driver of global warming, these emissions threaten our oceans, atmosphere, and overall way of life.

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