Review: Men’s Hemp Sneaker by Simple Shoes

Simple Shoes: Hemp Sneaker

Simple Shoes: Hemp Sneaker

Simple Shoes: Hemp Sneaker

Simple Shoes: Hemp Sneaker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is hard to find a decent pair of vegan sneakers. Most sneakers are made out of leather and luckily more and more companies are making vegan sneakers. I bought these shoes three years ago and they are really comfortable.  The only problem is that the tops still look great and the soles are starting to show wear and tear. My pair now can’t be worn in the rain or wet conditions since the water leaks in and soaks my socks. I wish there was a way to get them resoled instead of having to buy a new pair.

The Simple Shoes have hemp and certified organic cotton uppers with recycled soda bottles laces and have to be triple tied since they come undone easily. These shoes are completely vegan with no animal products or even animal byproducts. The lining is also made of certified organic cotton with biodegradable and latex foam foot support for comfort. The sole is made from a recycled car tire and has vulcanized rubber sidewalls. The shoes are shipped with a foot form insert made of post consumer recycled paper and the shoebox is made of post-consumer recycled paper with soy based printing ink, natural latex and starch based glue.

Simple shoes are warranted to provide normal wear and be free from defective materials or faulty manufacturing for one year from confirmed date of purchase. Any products beyond one year will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.

Simple Shoes
495-A S. Fairview Ave.
Goleta, CA 93117
United States

Website: http://www.simpleshoes.com
e-mail: info@simpleshoes.com

Phone: 1-866-896-3708
Fax: 1-928-779-6004

Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday : 8 a.m. – 11 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time)
Saturday and Sunday : 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time

About James Lucas


James has been a graphic designer for over 18 years and owns Wave Hound Surf Shop. James started Doylestown Movie Fans, who meet once a month to see movies at the County Theater in Doylestown, PA. He and his wife Chris started Bucks County Vegan Supper Club in 2009, whose members meet once a month to have a vegan potluck dinner. They are currently working through the Veganomicon cookbook, which inspires experienced and recent vegans to try new recipes. James is proud to support Farm Sanctuary and The Surfrider Foundation.

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