Regarding ecology, we have rarely seen a shoe manufacturer more committed to the cause. Conscious of the fragility of nature, Martin Koller, then heir of a bicentennial family business, decided to launch in 1930 his own brand on the theme of ecology. Think was thus born, with for cause the protection of the environment. They use only 100% natural materials and use a manufacturing technique that is respectful of the environment. Since, ecology is not just a simple marketing tool, but a pure conviction and way of life.
For the brand Think! the protection of Mother Nature is not a marketing gimmick but a real daily commitment. In fact, the brand makes shoes with the most strict following of environmental standards, and the materials used show respect for both man and nature, with shoes adapted to the morphology of the foot (just like Birkenstock and their orthopedic mules).
A committment to protect our feet
You must have noticed that Think! shoes have different models that follow current trends. You can see the differece it makes with the quality manufacturing process. In fact, Think! shoes are made by hand from a mold designed for freedome of movement for the foot.
Think! shoe maintenance
Since the brand is committed to preserving the environment and fighting against wastefulness, it's important to care for yourThink! shoes correctly so that they last. First, it is recommended to wax and waterproof your shoes before wearing them the first time. It's also recommended to stuff paper in them to dry them out in wet weather. Don't leave them next to the radiator because it can damage the leather. And finally, you should keep them waxed from time to time. Easy maintenance to repeat with all your shoes, and other brands that respect the environment like Dream in Green and El Naturalista !
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