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And they will last forever. But maybe, you could care less.
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You are not alone. For many years, we have been trying to explain to the industry and the public about the immense problems that our industry- both in clothing and also in footwear-are perpetually vomitting on our environment, our resources, and our fellow human beings on the planet. If you prefer to give your money to the footwear firms and designers that collaborate with them, that are using and adding mountains of plastics and petrochemical synthetics into the environment, and using perpetual slave labor and the abuse of millions of people to make their product for your incessant consumption, or more recently even abusing intellectual property rights and exploiting their own customers to provide them with free advertising and PR campaign materials I will refrain from giving any names at this point to protect the guilty I am certainly not going to associate them or use them with my Paris collections and presentations, my name or my work.
And unlike many these days, rather than just complain about the problem, for years now Giuseppe and I have been doing something about it creating and providing an alternative to address these issues especially for sport shoes. Slowly and steadily we have been creating our own beautiful, sustainable and totally ethically-produced versions of classic sneaker and sport shoes, and a lfollowing for them.
As they say, there is no disputing taste. For some in fact for many, even artisan leather shoes with too much turn at the sole is well, too much But most of us do love to wear comfortable shoes. The size and growth of the sport shoe industry over the past 50 years is the definitive evidence of that.
Our goal in this regard is to provide our customer with the most comfortable, and the best quality hand-build option for this type of footwear possible, and guarantee the maximum taste, elegance, sustainability, and of course, ethical creation and manufacture.
After extensive research and trials, our focus has been on historical early-mid 20th century vulcanized rubber sole sport shoe designs.
There are many many reasons for this that are based not only on beautiful simple aesthetics that work flawlessly with our super handmade clothes, and extreme comfort that also complements the extreme comfort of our clothes, but also on the practical realities and technologies of making shoes in a sustainable and ultra-quality handmade manner in extreme limited editions series of production.
We believe a totally first-class handmade version of a classic skater shoe, is a very viable and worthy addition to our line of classic sport shoes and that our growing following in the world of these shoes will enjoy and appreciate.
But even to call it a skater shoe alone is misleading. The fact is Van's was the last of a small number of great American footwear firms to create sport shoes with vulcanized rubber technology. Vulcanization of rubber was patented in the 's by Charles Goodyear and by the time they opened shop in Anaheim inthe 3 founders of Vans then called the Van Doren rubber company had already worked for 20 years in Boston at the Randy's sneaker factory makers of Bob Cousy basketball hi-top shoes.
In fact, they ended up in California because they were sent there to run a Randy's branch factory that had been set up there and was losing money.
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The East Coast was where the action had all started. And way before them there was BF Goodrich's PF Flyers, as well as the legendary Converse factory also in Boston, and then the first of them all-- Keds and the US Shoe Corporation of which this writer's great grandfather was one of its five co-founders. Designs for uppers ranged from high to low, lace-ups with holes, even slip-ons you name it and while the soles remained similar nobody across that long period of operations really had any monopoly on any particular shape or upper.
So if you know your stuff, the basic form and concept of our shoe design can be dated before Vans was even founded. We feel strongly about this, even if some here remain stuck in a certain mindset.
And we are committed to vulcanized natural rubber sole technology for it is a key fundamental in the battle to combat the massive evils and problems that anyone involved in global environmental and ethical production issues knows far too much about when it comes to sport shoes.
The alternative technology is cold-cure rubber sole with all of its plastic, chemical, and enormous volumes and scale requirements that lay at the heart of all that is wrong with the entire business model and I would strongly argue the design model as well of companies like Adidas, Nike, Puma, New Balance and UA--and the designers that collaborate and profit from it.
Indeed, if you know the real history of Vans, and how it got into trouble, you will understand this.
We also felt very strongly that the shoe we built coincided very well with the 'secrets' collection, its styling, and its message. To be coached not micromanaged.
Employees want the boss's help when 1 they ask for it, or 2 they're floundering so badly they're afraid to ask for it. What employees don't want is to have the boss looking over their shoulder all the time. In almost every workplace there are one or two jerks who make life miserable for everybody.
Almost more than anything else, employees want the boss to fire those jerks. To feel less stress. People hate the sense that they've got too much to do and not enough time to do it. Bosses must plan carefully, anticipate problems and set realistic goals, so that they don't accidentally and unnecessarily add stress to employees' lives.
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To have a little security. No sane employee expects lifetime employment. Even so, it's hard to concentrate when you feel as if a sword is hanging over your head.
Employees want to know that they're not wasting their time when they're giving your their best. To beat the competition. Finally, never underestimate the power of teamwork, especially when teamwork means grinding the other team into the dust. Employees don't want to be team players; they want to play on the winning team.
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