Po-Zu Sneakers (Black / Unisex)

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Enjoy this "behind the scene" video to see for yourself how much care and craft goes into the making of Po-Zu Butterfly shoes in Sri Lanka. 


The Butterfly Style is clearly a tribute to classic sneaker silhouettes.

  • This low cut vegan lace-up sneaker in organic cotton features a screen printed Po-Zu "butterfly" logo.
  • Made in Sri Lanka.
  • Entire sole including foxing and toe cap is made in locally sourced Fair Trade rubber sole, certified by the Fair Rubber Association.
  • Featuring removable memory-foam Foot-Mattress™ (allows orthotics placement) in latex and coconut husk.⠀⠀⠀

Also available as a low-cut sneaker in white and in blue/indigo.


  • Upper: Organic Cotton Canvas
  • Lining: Organic Cotton Canvas
  • Footbed: Organic Cotton Canvas
  • Foot-Mattress: Coconut Husk & Natural Latex 5mm thick (removable) Moulds to your foot shape
  • Sole: Fair Trade Rubber
  • Sole Assembly: Vulcanized
  • Care: Spot clean with a damp cloth, lukewarm water and a mild detergent or bicarbonate of soda. We recommend testing in a less visible spot like the outer edges of the tongue.


    It ships Worldwide directly from the UK. If you are in a hurry, please contact us before ordering.

    We offer free returns (full refund minus shipping fees) or size exchange if available. For details, please read our T&Cs during Check-Out.



    We understand how crucial it is for a pair of new shoes to be a good fit – especially when you are buying them online! Our conversion chart will help you in case you don't know your European shoe size.

    Po-Zu size conversion chart w Men Women Unisex

    In case of doubt, Po-Zu has created a video to help you check out your true shoe size. Please watch this short film to see how your feet should be measured, then compare your largest foot measurement to the sizing chart. If you are still unsure or have further queries please feel free to email us.


    Po-Zu name is central to the way they go about our business. ‘Po-Zu’ stems from the Japanese ポーズ, meaning "to pause", and it is their mission to provide your feet with unique respite from the frantic pace of busy lives, and to halt the damage that modern footwear manufacturing often causes to people and planet.

    Enjoy this video to learn about the brand ethos and the making of Po-Zu shoes in Sri Lanka.


    Their Story:

    "Po-Zu launched in 2006 from the back room of a little house in Islington, London. The original range consisted of two house slippers, which were made in Glastonbury UK, at one of the last remaining shoe factories in the country!

    With help from our friends at Terra Plana, our slippers made their way overseas and were distributed to a few counties, reaching as far as Japan. We were nominated for a Green Award in recognition of our unique coconut husk shoebox, which doubles as a seed tray!

    As orders began to fly out, Po-Zu expanded overseas to a small eco-friendly factory in Portugal where our shoes are still handmade to this day. It was there that our team developed a natural latex sole that enabled our iconic slippers to roam around outdoors: The Peasy slipper-shoe was born! We also found time to create our world famous Edible Shoe Cream. It’s made from ingredients that are so pure you can actually eat it!

    The following years saw the launch of our vegan range, made from the finest European hemp, along with two major collaborations; with Maharishi, creating utilitarian and multi‐functional boots and sandals. Our following collaboration with Amazon Life brought the WELL boot; a biodegradable water-resistant Wellington type boot, made from Amazonian vegetable rubber. We joined forces with Timberland to take eco-conscious footwear a big step forward with two consecutive co-branded men’s collections, creating the first of its kind, recyclable shoe that was also made from biodegradable components.

    Our founder and CEO Sven Segal, won the Entrepreneur of the Year 2012 at PEA Awards (People and Environment Achievement Awards.) We collaborated with the New York based artist Michel Tcherevkoff and crafted his ingenious floral creations designs into high fashion and wearable art! These were exhibited at the Grassi Museum in Leipzig, Germany as well as at the Virtual Shoe Museum."

    More info about their "foot mattress".

    More info about their ethical principles.

    More info about their Better Shoes Foundation.

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