Payless Shoe Source Introduces Green Footwear Line, Plans To Plant 100,000 Trees

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Although you may not be able to tell from the picture, the Zoe & Zac sandals now featured by Payless Shoe Source are made from organic cotton and recycled rubber. As far as green footwear goes, that’s pretty good. But Payless hasn’t stopped there: for every pair of sandals bought from the green footwear collection, $1 will be donated to the Nature Conservatory’s Plant a Billion Trees campaignPayless Green Footwear

Although you may not be able to tell from the picture, the Zoe & Zac sandals now featured by Payless Shoe Source are made from organic cotton and recycled rubber. As far as green footwear goes, that’s pretty good. But Payless hasn’t stopped there: for every pair of sandals bought from the green footwear collection, $1 will be donated to the Nature Conservatory’s Plant a Billion Trees campaign. If that wasn’t a good enough incentive to pick up a pair, they’re also running a special to receive the 2nd pair at half-price. So why not save a couple bucks, and help the Nature Conservatory reach their goal of planting a billion trees by picking up a new pair of shoes for spring.

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