You’ll love the Gumshoe – casual vegan shoe from Simple Shoes. Hailing from their Green Toe line, these shoes feature construction from the most environmentally friendly materials available. The outsole is constructed from recycled car tire, natural rubber and jute, the heel is constituted of recycled PET and latex elastic.
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You’ll love the comfortable and durable hemp upper, featuring a bright pattern perfect for the spring and summer months. Most notable is the incredibly soft padded pedbed constructed from recycled carpet padding, providing unrivaled comfort. These environmentally friendly shoes are bound to become a firm favorite in your vegan wardrobe.
(Product#68373 - Gumshoe)
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Based out of sunny Santa Barbara Simple Shoes have a strong environmental message that is ripe for our times. They produce shoes manufactured from environmentally sustainable materials – giving your footwear a comfortable guilt-free feeling all day long.
Simple Shoes’ ‘Green Toe’ line of shoes realizes their commitment to environmental sustainability. With footwear constructed from hemp, jute, bamboo, crepe and cork and on occasion, recycled car treads and coming in 100% post-consumer recycled shoe boxes, this Vegan Footwear is perfect for the Vegetarian Shoes and Bags Customer.
Simple Shoes also maintain tough contracts with the factories used to make their footwear to control labor conditions, outsourcing and quality.
from Reading, UK wrote:
I bought these, because of the bright color and pattern, didn't realize how incredibly comfortable they'd be. These are now my summer shoes. Love them. Thank you Vegan Chic!
Posted on 5/31/2009