football boots that
change the game.
Sokito creates products that help you leave your mark on the game, but not on our planet. We’ve fused innovative technologies with sustainably-sourced components to create the optimal performance boot.
Take control. Devastate opponents.
Devista is born to be a menace. It’s handcrafted with specialised components that allow you to keep the ball at your feet and away from opponents.
It’s engineered from sustainably-sourced, high performance materials to keep your game impacting the pitch, rather than the planet.
The result? A performance boot that changes the game.
Plastic was once celebrated as the greatest invention of all time, but today, it’s one of the most deadly. Plastics and microplastics have made their way into nature, strangling our oceans, destroying ecosystems and tightening its chokehold on our planet.
We don’t want to fuel its devastation. Instead, we’ve chosen to omit single-use plastic in our products and give a whole host of recycled plastics a second-life. Every boot we make contains at least 2.5 recycled bottles whilst we also re-purpose rubber and your nan’s worn out carpet.
Where is the recycled plastic used?
In the upper, insole, laces, eco-suede inner lining, heel counter and the stitching thread.
Castor oil shot to fame in the nineties as being nature’s laxative. Thankfully, science and tech have helped us find other uses for it. In fact, our outsole is produced from castor beans.
Today, castor oil helps us to create sustainably produced plastic. Traditionally, your mum’s tupperware is made from fossil fuels (unrefined petrol), which creates a shedload of CO2. But castor oil creates a renewable carbon variant without the nasty side effects.
Where is castor oil used?
In the lightweight outsole.
We’re upfront about our use of kangaroo leather and don’t hide behind the ‘K-Leather’ term. It’s as tough-as-nails, which is excellent for durability. It’s also incredibly soft, which ensures a comfortable and flexible fit. Kangaroo leather is a bi-product of wild kangaroo population control that's in place under strict governmental protocols to protect farming and agricultural practices in Australia. For this reason it’s the only animal product we will ever use.
Where is the kangaroo leather used?
In the super soft upper of some of our boots (Not the vegan one, of course).
Cellulo what now? Cellulose is material made from 100% waste paper fibres. Collected from sustainable wood sources, the material is used to reinforce the boot. It’s strength prevents overstreatching but stays soft to move and mould to your feet. You’re protected, even if you can’t see it.
Where is cellulose used?
Between the upper and lining.
With over 95 million potential colour combinations (not kidding), there's no limit to what you can create.
Crafted by hand to
tear up the pitch.
Our master shoemakers have spent decades perfecting their craft. It’s not surprising then that each boot we make is lovingly made by hand. And when we say loving, we mean it. We’ve seen Giuseppe, one of our master shoemakers, give a boot a hug. If you’re looking for a genuinely cut-above-the-rest, handmade boot that can boost your performance on the field, we’ve got you covered.