Buy A Pair Of Native Shoes To Weather The Monsoon

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What Makes It Awesome

Keeping the unpredictable monsoon in mind, Canadian import Native Shoes makes shoes with classic silhouettes that are light, durable and fashionable. These fashionably casual shoes, all the way from Vancouver, have won our hearts with their flighty material and rain-friendly avatar (and boy, do we need them). Native Shoes does all-weather proof shoes, and we love that they are drawing inspiration from nature, with splashes of blues, yellows and greens. Plus men, women and kids can all carry them off.

The label really makes you feel their tagline with every step you take. Keeping things as fuss-free, green and clean as possible, the shoes are made of a rubber-like, eco-friendly EVA material with low emission manufacturing. The shoes don’t just look good but are made from a foam-injection moulding process that makes it exceptionally comfortable for daily-wear (say goodbye to pains and aches).

The shoes are packaged in cutesy, recyclable materials and Native goes the extra mile by donating one per cent of its sales to environmental causes. We adore the Jefferson, The Howard and Verona from their current catalogue. You could also do with the Jericho or Blanca in your life. Let us know how that goes.

Pro Tip

They deliver across India through Amazon. We also hear that by 2023 Native Shoes' product process will be 100% life cycle managed which means they will recycle and reground your worn out Native shoes into a versatile material that is useful in the creation of seating, playground flooring, insulation and more. Check out their official website to see how you can help the initiative if you plan on investing in a pair or already own one. 


A full time enthusiast of the 'gram', Kasturi paints and writes on her eponymous blog. She's looking to establish herself in a stable job despite her impending and current existential quarter life crisis. Not having stayed in one place for too long, she muses about the Arts and has an astronomical appetite for, well, food.