“Native” shoes!!!! It’s about time…

When it comes to water shoes, there are really only two options out there. The first one is widely known for not being particularly flattering to put it lightly–I won’t name any brands. The other has got to be the best thing since coconut icecream (this IS a vegan blog after all) in terms of things you wear on your feets.

So you want comfort and for the amphibious qualities without looking like this guy? What’s a vegan to do? Enter Native Shoes.

Though I’m sincerely bothered by the name, they still have my full support. Not only are they SUPER COMFY, amphibious, anti-fungal (stinky feet), full of fun summery colors–they’re absolutely vegan, and started right here in Vancouver! Not your cottage going grandpa Crocs for sure. But then again, your grandpa’s cankles probably can’t fit in these anyway.

I got these Jefferson badboys in the turqouis-ish green. So hot. Beach, bike, light hike, paddle sports, RAIN, walking around town looking spiffy, there’s nothing you can’t do with them…maybe except getting people to stop drooling over them. Anyway, if you’re looking for a modern water shoe these are the real deal. Now if only they make the Jerichos lemon yellow in a men’s size 10 (it’s a women’s model!).

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This entry was written by Ncyc and published on July 30, 2011 at 3:34 pm. It’s filed under Fashion and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

One thought on ““Native” shoes!!!! It’s about time…

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