Men’s TBL® Originals Ultra EK+ Moc-Toe Boat Shoes

Color: Bur Regeneratve Lthr
Style: A2BY7D57
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We bring one of our most comfortable and eco-conscious experiences ever to boat shoes. Naturally comfortable GreenStride™ soles aremade of 75% renewable bio-based material. The EVA-blend foam midsole adds on more cushiony comfort. As part of our Earthkeepers® Edition, this style is made of Regenerative Leather. This leather comes from farms whose practices help pull carbon from the air and store it in the soil where it actually does some good.
Leather sourced from farms that use regenerative agriculture practices|GreenStride™ sole made of 75% renewable bio-based material|ReBOTL™ fabric lining containing at least 50% recycled plastic|Midsole of EVA-blend foam for high-rebound cushioning|100% cotton laces|Rubber rand|Rubber outsole|Imported


  • Better Leather
    Better Leather
    Environmentally responsible leather sourced from tanneries rated silver or gold by the Leather Working Group for their water, energy and waste management practices.
  • GreenStride™
    GreenStride™ technology provides one of the most eco-conscious and comfortable experiences that we have ever invented. Comfort in most shoes is delivered through a soft foam material called EVA which is typically made from petroleum-based ingredients. As we lessen our footprint and increase our use of renewable materials, we have replaced 75% of the petroleum with ingredients grown in nature, like sugar cane and rubber sourced from sustainably managed forests. The addition of natural rubber helps provide rebound and overall comfort.
  • Regenerative Leather
    Regenerative Leather
    This leather is sourced from farms that take a holistic approach to agriculture to regenerate the soil. By promoting the beneficial movement of cattle on grass, farmers give the land a rest so it can absorb carbon, retain water and restore biodiversity. Proper grazing practices help plants take carbon out of the air and put it in the soil.