Camper, the Spanish shoe brand, will be launching a small shoe collection together with Ecoalf, the Spanish fashion label, this month. Camper wants to reduce the usage of new plastic fibers to almost zero by 2022. The brand also aims to become climate-neutral. Ecoalf is using recycled plastic bottles, used tires, fishing nets, coffee grounds and recovered natural materials such as cotton and wool for the production of its fashion collections. The so-called “Camper Together with Ecoalf” shoe collection will be on sale in three different unisex models at selected Camper stores as well as online on Camper's web store from July. The shoes are part of Camper's 2019/20 autumn/winter collection. For each pair sold from the new collection, Camper will donate €2 to the Ecoalf Foundation, a project that works with fishermen in Spain and Thailand to recycle plastic waste from the sea. Camaleón, the Camper brand's first shoe model from 1975, was made with recycled truck tires, tarpaulins and scrap leather.