FINALLY, A VEGAN BRAND YOU CAN TRUST

Tiradia offers lifestyle accessories that are ethically handmade in Portugal, exclusively using sustainably sourced high-quality natural cork as their fabric.

STAFF PICKS, FATHER'S DAY EDITION

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  • Day In Day Out Hat

    5 total reviews

    Regular price $45.00 USD
    Regular price Sale price $45.00 USD
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  • Fellowship Wallet

    5 total reviews

    Regular price $50.00 USD
    Regular price Sale price $50.00 USD
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  • Eco Cardholder

    2 total reviews

    Regular price $15.00 USD
    Regular price Sale price $15.00 USD
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  • Flex Case

    2 total reviews

    Regular price $20.00 USD
    Regular price Sale price $20.00 USD
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EMBRACE A GREEN LIFESTYLE

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TREES LIVE FOREVER

As they should. Tiradia is also 100% cruelty-free towards trees. The harvesting is done manually with an axe by industry experts, in a skilled trade that's passed down over generations. No trees are ever cut down! In fact, after harvest and bark starts growing again, these trees consume up to 5x more carbon from the atmosphere.

ETHICALLY HANDMADE

Each product is handcrafted in small batches by skilled Portuguese artisans, keeping production close to the source and benefiting the local economy.

OUR VEGAN CORK FABRIC

Cork pieces are manually cut in regular shapes and stacked on pallets. Heat and pressure are applied to the cork to press it into blocks, which is later sliced into thin sheets. These layers are first colored, using natural vegetable dyes. Then, attached to a cotton backing.

OUR STORY

Tiradia’s connection to cork runs deep. Co-founder Joana’s family has been producing cork products for wineries in Portugal since the 1920’s, an endeavor that has been passed down through the generations. Hoping to bring this beneficial material to a wider audience, Joana teamed up with co-founder Amanda, a sustainability and animal-rights advocate, to form Tiradia.

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