Native Shoes: The Perfect Shoes For Travel + Vegan Friendly!
Have you ever heard of Native Shoes?
Native Shoes is a footwear brand based out of Vancouver, Canada. They look like classic shoes you are familiar with but are streamlined lightweight versions. Did I mention they are vegan too?
Here’s what they say about themselves:
Native Shoes exists to enlighten feet everywhere by creating future classics. Inspired by the past and informed by the future we are your shoes for today.
Taking in the Sunshine Coast views in my Jimmy boots
Maybe the most epic of adventure shots. Ziplining in Whistler in my Jimmy boots
A perfect shoe for mucking about in the Scottish Highlands
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Here are my thoughts:
Native Shoes are excellent for travel. They are pretty stylish considering how lightweight they are. In Asia, I saw many travellers lose flip-flops when getting on and off boats. When I was in Asia I had a pair of the of Jefferson model which I wore in and around water. They are non-slip and very comfortable. It helps that they look like sneakers too. I’m a sneakerhead!
My favourite shoes by Native have to be the Jimmy boots. They were awesome when I was exploring around the Scottish Highlands and when it was wet out. I threw on a pair of warm wool socks and they were perfect shoes for walking around in the leaves and mud. Not only are they great for rain or shine, but they also weigh next to nothing and can squish down easily in my bag. I have also worn them in Whistler during the winter. I just made sure to pair them with heavy duty socks by Wig Wam for low temperatures.
If you haven’t heard of Native and are looking for a shoe that is multi-purpose, they are perfect for your future travels.
Buy Natives for your upcoming travels by clicking on the shoes below!
**Disclaimer: Many thanks to Native for the shoes. Opinions stated are my own. This post contains affiliate links. There is no additional cost to you, if you click through an affiliate link and make a purchase, I may make a commission.**