As a market leader and global manufacturer, Medike Landes is making significant financial investments in ongoing sustainability initiatives.

Each season, our development team devotes countless hours to exploring new eco-friendly materials and processes that help lower our carbon footprint. Our factories all work closely with one another to collaborate on best practices, production planning, and streamlined purchasing.

With over 70 years of combined production know-how, you can count on us for exceptional customer service and a partner who is committed to serving the communities in which we operate.

We look forward to supporting our customer’s evolving sustainability goals.

Leather Sustainability

Please note that the finished Leather we purchase is strictly a by-product of the beef industry. Repurposing hides is an environmentally friendly way of helping divert waste from landfills. All of our suppliers are focused and committed to continuous improvement in key areas like water, and energy use



ISO 9001: 2015

The standard is used by organizations to demonstrate their ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements and to demonstrate continuous improvement.

Leather Working Group

The Leather Working Group/LWG is an international organisation made up of stakeholders across the leather supply chain, working to promote environmental best practice within leather manufacturing and related industries.

Amfori BSCI

In a global marketplace, supply chains are becoming increasingly complex. It’s now more necessary than ever for companies to improve visibility over their production – and to drive improvements across their supply chains wherever possible. Since 2003, amfori BSCI has enabled companies to trade with purpose by improving social performance in their supply chain.

Innovative Materials


MIRUM is made with natural, biodegradable polymers. Their finished materials are never coated in polyurethane and use no synthetic binders. MIRUM stands for 100% natural inputs and zero use of plastic. The Medike Landes branded Mirum label is made out of corn.

Pinatex (recycled pineapple)

In the Philippines, farmers on pineapple plantations collect fallen pineapple leaves. The leaves are processed to extract the fibres which are manufactured into a non-woven substrate. The substrate is then sent to Spain where the finished product is created.