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- Made in USA or Imported
- Synthetic sole
- Waterproof slip-on featuring allover perforations, logoed vamp, and contrast toe cap
- Hand-Washable and Shock Absorbent
- Odor Resistant, Traction outsole
- EVA footbed molds to feet with wear
- Peta approved vegan
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Native was founded in Vancouver, BC in 2009 to design and produce lightweight, injection-molded EVA shoes. Inspired by classic, casual silhouettes, the Native aesthetic captures a look that is timeless yet totally new. As easy to wear as they are to look at, Native shoes are for anybody, anywhere, anytime. All Native shoes are washable, odor resistant, shock absorbent, animal by-product free, and waterproof. Just the Facts: Made from injection-molded EVA EVA molds to your feet and is lightweight, washable, and odor resistant EVA stands for ethylene-vinyl acetate Inspired by classic, casual silhouettes Our molding process produces zero-waste Low-energy emissions manufacturing process Animal by-product free First collection launched worldwide in Spring 2010
For an old-school twist on a new-school design, it's gotta be Native's Jefferson slip-on. This injection-molded EVA shoe sports sneaker sensibilities and a breathable perforated upper that molds to your favorite foot for premium comfort. A grippy sole promises falter-free fun this fair-weather season in Native.See all Product description
- Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 2.8 x 2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B004QWYCVG
- Item model number: Jefferson Child - K
- Date first available at Amazon.com: August 8, 2005
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Top Customer Reviews
So, these hot pink, wash-off plastic bits of brilliance help me A) not drown myself in a sea of despair when she again announces that she can't find her shoes. Instead, I just scan my gray-scale home for the singular pop of pink and reward my keen eyesight with a handful of chocolate chips and B) while these babies can still SMELL like hog manure (Take heed - I have particularly odorous children. Yours may not cause these shoes to smell like steamed piles of sulfur-y hell.), I can toss them in the shower with said stinky child and all emerge smelling fresh and looking clean.
I was disappointed since the shoes are very cute. All the kids seem to love them and wear them to death. It's not the shoe's fault that my son has cankles, so I can't give them a bad rating. However, parents of kids with similar foot issues should be aware.
I think these will be our "go to" shoe for the summer.