In the heart of Camper‘s design and production process, sustainability takes the spotlight, driving their ongoing commitment to innovative sustainability season after season. For their Fall/Winter 2024 collection, the brand keeps the focus on proven effective actions.

This includes a blend of natural ingredients like certified responsible leather and wool, alongside cellulose-based recycled fabrics, combined with low-emission, biodegradable synthetic materials of plant origin, such as MIRUM®, TENCEL™, PYRATEX®, and Sorona®.

Adding to these established initiatives, Camper introduces four new concepts:

Responsible Wool Standard: Camper takes a step further towards their goal of using only certified materials, featuring the Responsible Wool Standard on iconic models like Wabi, Niki, and Peu Roda. This certification aims to improve animal welfare and land management while ensuring best practices throughout the supply chain.

One Piece Knit: This technique creates seamless and breathable footwear with added waterproof treatment across five different product lines this season. Reduced CO2 emissions come as a bonus due to a streamlined production process.

Sustainable Winter Performance: Waterproofing gets a seasonal upgrade with four different product lines: Brutus Trek, Peu Pista, Ground, and Drift Trail. It features sustainable sole materials, including an improved Gore-Tex® membrane and a new waterproof Hydroshield® membrane made from 100% recycled PET. Vibram and Michelin soles and PrimaLoft linings guarantee long-lasting comfort even in harsh weather conditions.

Lifetime Guarantee: In a first-time move, Camper now offers a lifetime warranty on four product lines, including the iconic Pelotas Ariel. This program underscores Camper’s commitment to the highest quality standards.

Combined, these advancements result in a 14.8% reduction in carbon footprint compared to 2019. This season, 95% of Camper’s upholstery and linings are certified, and 97% are free of virgin plastic. Furthermore, 37% of the soles incorporate recycled or natural compounds, marking a significant step towards a more sustainable future.