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Equip: Feit for the Planet

FEIT is an Australian shoe and accessories company founded by Australian brothers Tull & Josh Price. An avid sneaker fan, Tull founded cult anti-laces footwear brand Royal Elastics in 1996. Several years and millions of pairs later he had witnessed firsthand the flaws of global mass consumption, built via mass production: an incessant need for growth via cost-cutting and increased technological automation, and a reliance on synthetic materials that end up in landfills or our oceans. In 2004 FEIT (pronounced “fight”) was born as a response and an evolution of the consumer mindset, away from volume and excess, and towards quality and sustainability.  FEIT footwear is built for longevity, from natural materials via human construction. All FEIT shoes are handmade using biodegradable materials in factories with a low environmental impact that are free of harmful chemicals and synthetic materials. They are hand stitched without the use of machines to help reduce the amount of waste produced by the factory. The FEIT range includes men’s and women’s dress and casual shoes, and the “Bio-Trainer” – the world’s first all-natural, biological handmade sneaker. Produced from vegetable-dyed suede and leather, the sneaker features a 100% natural latex rubber sole made from the milk of the Hevea brasiliensis tree. FEIT are offering TOS client’s and friends 15% off any purchases.  This can be redeemed through au.feitdirect.com or by visiting FEIT’s Sydney store at 20 Burton Street in Surry Hills.

What: 15% off FEIT sustainable footwear

How: enter code TOS15OFF at checkout or mention The Office Space in store.

When: 1 – 31 October

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