Buy a Pair

plant a tree

For every pair sold

Sustainability is at the heart of what we do, so we wanted to reduce our impact, while working to plant trees that will last a lifetime. Trees not only are the source of Gurus, but they also support the environment, animals and people.

We partnered with Trees for the Future, a non-profit that plants trees with rural communities in the developing world, enabling them to restore their environment, grow more food, and build a sustainable future.  Trees for the Future not only enables us to plant new trees, but to help teach sustainable farming practices that help to ensure that these trees will be there for years to come. 



You purchase a Gurus product from our website or retailers around the world.


We tally up the number of sandals sold and make donations to our nonprofit partners, covering the cost of trees.


Your purchase ends up providing seeds or saplings for trained partner farmers.


As your tree grows, so do its benefits to the environment and the community that cares for it.

“Continued emmissions of greenhouse gases will cause further warming and long-lasting change in all componentsof the climate system, increasing the likelihood of severe, pervasive, and irreversible impacts.”

Source: United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

It may sound daunting, but if we work together, we can plant

One Million Trees

to improve our planet for generations.

See a few of the people and projects we have funded.


Tejaswi lives in Central in India, where her mother Jyoti started a tree nursery in 2013. Since then, her family has planted over 25,000 seedlings. The income from their nursery ensures that Tejaswi and her brother can attend school and have a better future.


George proudly stands next to an 8-month-old mango tree in Ghana, Africa. George’s farm provides food and extra income to his family.


Brazilian farmer Ana works in the vegetable garden that forms part of the community's forest garden. Within four years, her forest garden can increase her family’s income by 10x.


Mbeya from Senegal, Africa, started his forest garden back in 2010. Since then, he established a living fence keep out pests and planted fruit trees that provide food for his family.