Former Skateboard Shoe Company Now Selling Sustainable Sneakers
I had a pair of Simple Shoes back in my skater heyday. In a time when skate sneakers were moving more and more toward Nike-esque styling with large toe guards and bell-flavored whistles, Simple lived up to their name and stuck with basic, suede skate shoes. I was surprised to see an article pointing at the little company today advocating their greener side.
Much like Blackspots, Simple Shoes are made from things like recycled tires and water-based glues, but unlike Blackspots, Simple comes with a variety of styles, everything from the Chuck Taylory styles of their Women’s Satire shoes to the casual loafers you’ll find in the men’s department, and a good chunk of the “in-between.” They even have shoes for kids!
These guys’ll definitely be at the top of the list for the next round of footstuffs the boy and I go through.
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