Dakota by Earth
Featuring a Faux-Fleece pedbed and lining, this shoe affords excellent comfort and warmth. With the ripple-traction outsole providing improved traction, Earth shoes Dakota Vegan Boot, is a great choice for the vegan who's looking for a stylish and durable boot.
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The quality of construction is immediately apparent when you wear this shoe. With the Kalso negative heel, this boot promotes good posture. Read more about it here. .
Featuring great lines, stylish looks, adorable accented stitching and toggle buttons – this awesome vegan boot is a great choice for those who live with challenging weather conditions and for those who don't!
(Product# 68102 Dakota)
- Outstanding Construction
- Ripple-traction outsole
- Attractive cross stitching
- Adorable toggle buttons
- Inside Zipper
- Kalso negative heel
Earth Shoes’ Vegan Line features some of the highest quality vegan shoes and boots we’ve seen. A family owned and operated company with a zeal for healthy living – their shoes reflect this passion. Their shoes are manufactured in China – and they insist on a high standard of pay and conditions for their workers.
Earth Shoes feature the Negative Heel technology, derived from the Yoga master Anne Kalso to enhance posture – encouraging your shoulders to roll back, your spine and pelvis to align correctly and, anecdotally, to improve breathing and back pain. Each footbed features excellent arch support and is constructed with Gelron2000 – Earth’s advanced EVA urethane compound that actually fits the shape of your foot.
Earth Shoes’ Vegan Line is certified by the Vegan Society – so, as with all shoes available on Vegetarian Shoes and Bags, you’re buying 100% Animal-Free Footwear.
from los angeles, ca wrote:
Super cute, nice synthetic fleece, breathable (though they would be too warm for any other season than winter- I live in Los Angeles), durable (I've hiked in them), and they seem waterproof (dirt proof for sure). They're quality made and you'll love 'em but you do have to get used to the negative heel.
Posted on 1/21/2009
from easton, CT wrote:
I can't wear these enough. I am so glad the cooler weather is coming so I can start wearing these again. The Earth shoes are the most comfortable shoes I've ever worn and are well worth the price.
Posted on 10/10/2008