15 YEARS OF HARVEST
One step closer to circular
Our favourite materials to harvest are the ones heading for landfills. Since 2007, we've been rethinking and repurposing waste, and giving it a second life for more circles around the sun. Repurposed for a purpose: to help leave our planet better than we found it.
We took a byproduct of our daily lives — agricultural waste — and gave it a new purpose by creating our first-ever plant-based sole that reduces our carbon footprint.
Less waste to landfills
Industrial waste is a big problem. In the U.S., 97% of all solid waste is generated by industrial processes, and only about 2% of it is currently being recycled. Let's change that.
Fewer greenhouse gases created
When coffee grounds go to landfills they generate methane, a greenhouse gas that's more potent than carbon dioxide. They do better in our soles.
WOMEN'S ELSA V SNEAKER
An old-school fave with a lighter footprint
There’s leftover food in the sole of these shoes — from agricultural waste to upcycled coffee grounds, Plus, the simple, cotton canvas upper is bonded to the plant-based sole without toxic glues and solvents.
BEHIND KEEN HARVEST
Upcycling waste to reduce petrochemicals
We first launched Harvest products 15 years ago using industrial waste from the rice industry. Giving materials a second life feels good. Turns out it does a lot of good, too.