We take great pride in our company and the resources and natural materials used in our Original Pine Boots. We work hard to ensure that the materials used in our products are sourced responsibly, ethically, and with respect to our environment, human-rights, and animal welfare.

Our Original Pine Boots are handcrafted and handpoured with natural rubber latex which is a natural vegan material. Rubber is naturally waterproof, flexible, and provides the comfort and protection that makes our Pine Boots so unique. The rubber we use in our Pine Boots are sourced from plantations in China, Malaysia , Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam. We chose these rubber farms because their rubber is of the highest quality and they are located near our factories, which helps reduce the overall carbon footprint of our products
Our Boots are free from BPA, PVC, lead, and Phthalate. Every strap is handcrafted from 100% Certified Vegan Leather and our buckles of 100% metal. Our Pine Boots are an original, one of a kind design and are currently Patent Pending and protected by copyright. We take pride in our manufacturing process, original design, and the natural materials used.

To ensure that our products are made of the highest quality, we manufacture all over the world.
We are committed to ensuring that there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in our supply
chains or in any part of our business and take a zero-tolerance approach. We fight not only
against it by advocating through our company and through our donations, but also through our
manufacturing process. We have a program in place to ensure that all of our suppliers are audited by an independent auditor with a view to not just meeting, but consistently exceeding,
our ethical standards as well as meeting all other criteria required by local law.

Our audits are conducted by an internationally recognized 3rd party auditing company using the
(SMETA) and (BSCI) format. We strive to ensure every factory is assessed annually.

The audit scope covers the following key areas:
– Prison / Forced Labour
– Freedom of Association
– Child Labour
– Health & Safety
– Wages and benefits
– Working Hours
– Discrimination
– Regular Employment
– Disciplinary practices
– Manufacturing Environment.

By reviewing these key areas, our goal is to ensure that no forced labor or child labor is used by any of the manufacturers we work with. We will continue to assess and reassess within our manufacturing supply chain to ensure we are only working with companies that meet or exceed our ethical and social standards.