Kulson Mud Sneaker
Minimal design meets maximum style – say hello to your new favourite sneaker brand, Kulson. Not only do they look Scandi-cool, they're made from the best materials. Plus, every pair helps save the oceans, thanks to a dedication to recycled materials and their charitable giving scheme.
The Kulson One Mud is a pair of tennis-style sneakers crafted for comfort and max cool. Their timeless, simple design favours a chunky sole which is made from 70% recycled rubber and pared-back colours – this pair's fun in muted aqua. They're handcrafted by artisans near Porto from fine Italian cow leather, and have a comfy footbed out of recycled memory foam. Everyday sneakers to style up your favourite pair of jeans.
Please keep away from water to best preserve longevity and appearance. In the case of dirt or stains, please rub gently with a damp cloth or for suede leather, use a suede brush to loosen any dirt.
Upper: Fine Italian Calf Leather. Sole: 100% Rubber. Footbed: Recylced Memory Foam. Each Pair sold donates 4% to Organizations pulling plastic out of the Ocean. Handmade in Portugal. Designed in Berlin. 100% European. Sewn, not glued.
The sneakers are a hint smaller. If you fluctuate between two sizes, please choose the larger one.
Item will be delivered in 3 - 5 business days. Shipping costs will vary depending on the destination. Rates will be calculated during the checkout.
We offer a 14 days return policy on full price items. All Items that were purchased with a discount code are not eligible for a refund and can only be exchanged on a case by case basis. Note that returns are handled directly by our brand partners. To receive instructions from the brand you can fill out the returns form in the footer of this page up to 14 days after your products were delivered. After receiving your returns, the money will be refunded to you. Please remember: the items should be unwashed, unaltered and unworn and in the original packaging. Cosmetic products are not eligible for a refund if the original packaging was opened.