Larch - the retrofuture sneaker for every style


The Larch combines the familiar with the modern. Aesthetics from the first sneaker era combined with a new design language create a sneaker with timeless style. The shoe was inspired by the concept of retrofuturism, which focuses on the image of the future that prevailed in the past and how we see it today.


Left: Larch Snow, Right: Larch Fiver

Based on this principle, the idea was born to take various elements of old sneakers and modify them to create a new, modern design language. The result is remarkable, as since the first release of the Larch, the shoe has become an absolute ekn classic and an essential part of all collections.


Left: Larch Lightgrey, Right: Larch Blue Vegan

With 25 different colorways currently available, the Larch proves its limitless versatility. Whether colorful, understated or monochrome, the sporty silhouette of this shoe loses none of its appeal. There is also a great variety of materials: from vegetable-tanned leather, recycled neoprene and recycled mesh to PETA-certified vegan leather, the Larch uses a wide range of sustainable materials.


Left: Larch Soil, Right: Larch Berry

The Larch Soil marks a very special development, as the upper of this shoe contains our latest material innovation. The leather alternative, which bears the name Soil, represents a major step towards a more sustainable future, as it is completely biodegradable! It is made from just 3 ingredients: Natural rubber, viscose fibers and mushrooms, making it 100% vegan and organic.


Left: Larch Tallow, Right: Larch Giallo

In addition to its timeless, sleek look and the many different colorways, the Larch is defined above all by its uncompromisingly high quality and comfort. These are the result of the elaborate manufacturing by hand by experienced shoemakers in our production facilities in Portugal. The Larch makes it impressively clear that a sustainable sneaker can easily meet all expectations of a fashionable shoe and at the same time give you the good feeling of having as little negative impact on the environment as possible.