Men's Casual Shoe - CARport by Simple
Providing comfort in abundance, these men’s vegan shoes, constructed from any number of environmentally-friendly materials come fresh from Simple Shoes. Featuring a gorgeous Organic cotton upper, and soft cotton lining, these durable and comfortable vegan sneakers are a staff favorite.
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The footbed is constructed from a combination of recycled car tire and polyurethane that provides a level of cushioning rarely available. These shoes also feature organic cotton laces, recycled car tire for the outsole (the bottom of the shoe) and exclusively use water-based glues.
Extremely stylish, these durable and comfortable shoes are vegan and environmentally friendly.
(Product#68383 - CARport)
- Certified organic cotton upper and laces.
- (Organic cotton is derived from non-genetically modified seeds and grown without the use of pesticides and herbicides.)
- Soft and cushioned pedbed.
- Stylish and Vegan :)
- Outsole constructed from a recycled car tire
- Water based glues used during construction.
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 NY, NY wrote:
Cool shoe - comfy as he** - they provide great support around the ankle. Material and construction are high-quality. I wear these every day - they go with jeans, and with all my casual pants. Awesome - 5 stars.
Posted on 7/13/2009