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Boots Jan 9, 2011

Native Duck Boot Fall 2011

Native footwear continues their EVA onslaught this fall with a Duck Boot, as spotted at Agenda. That said, with this model we see a non-EVA material for the first time, as the upper is done in a ripstop nylon, with … Read more
Shoes Jul 15, 2010

Native Shoes Fitzsimmons Fall 2010

Shunning conventional canvas or vulcanized styles, Native Shoes was founded in 2009 with a collection of good looking EVA footwear. For Fall 2010, the brand introduces the hiking-inspired Fitzsimmons boot in over 10 colors. “As the… Read more
Sneakers Jun 9, 2010

Native Footwear Fall 2010 Slip-Ons

Following a very successful debut, Native introduces their second season. The three original lightweight EVA silhouettes return in all new colors for Fall 2010. Available in Mens, Women’s and Children’s sizing (new for Fall 2010.) Check out… Read more
Shoes Apr 13, 2010

Highsnobiety Giveaway – Native Footwear

Most of you will be aware of Native by now. They’re the brand doing a slightly more stylish version of a Croc. Definitely a love ‘em or hate ‘em thing. Lucky for you, the dudes at Native fall on the … Read more
Shoes Feb 11, 2010

Native Spring/Summer 2010 Jefferson

Native Footwear comes out with their Jefferson for Spring/Summer 2010. Made of EVA, the Native shoes are good for any territory. They are for sure not for everybody, but we appreciate the convenience and good looks for a shoe made … Read more
Shoes Jan 14, 2010

Native Hiking Boot Preview

Native Shoes caused a bit of a stir at Agenda with their EVA molded hiker. Clearly modeled after one of our favorites, this new style cuts the perforations (we don’t miss ‘em), while standing strong with the lightweight feel and comfort… Read more
Uncategorized Aug 28, 2008

Undercover Messenger Bag

The messenger bag came back really strong in recent years, also due to the continued excitement about biking and especially fixed gear biking. We have seen messenger bags and bag collaborations from a number of brands over the last couple… Read more
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