Eco friendly shoes are shoes produced using environmentally-responsible manufacturing processes that employ low-toxicity chemicals that are less harmful to the environment. Eco friendly shoes could also contain animal-friendly materials such as hemp, bamboo, organic cotton, recycled polyester and synthetic leather. Eco friendly shoes may be in any variety of design, styling or color.
Timberland Earthkeepers® Kiawah Bay Handsewn Boat Timberland shoe
January 30, 2013
Reviewer: Anonymous from Southwestern Wisconsin
The ease of buying through shoe buy was great! The shoes came in a short time. It was great to be able to order a wide size.
Wears this shoe: Casual, all the time took them on vacation
Wicked Hemp Alton 2.0 well pleased
January 28, 2013
Reviewer: jean from Buffalo NY
bought these as a gift for my husband - he loves the shoes and wears them all the time.
Wears this shoe: all the time
Timberland Earthkeepers® Front Country Lite Slip-On comfortable, slipper like
January 23, 2013
Reviewer: Michael G from NY
Let me say I have been test wearing this indoors because of the cold and snow,I am a little afraid to wear them outdoors with the soft finish. I really have become a fan of Timberline, this shoe scares me because I think there quality has slipped since last year, bought a similar pair and they have been great and you know when you get a great something in a shoe you hope the next pair is as good,
Patagonia Naked Maui Moc Great casual shoe
November 07, 2012
Reviewer: vulture from San Antonio, TX
These shoes are very light and comfortable. The color isn't exactly "sable brown" in my opinion because there seems to be some green in it. Not good for walking long distances.
Wears this shoe: casual wear
Chaco Hipthong Two EcoTread Wanted to love them
November 02, 2012
Reviewer: Ryan from Arkansas Chaco has always been a brand I have wanted. Unfortunately, even though I don't normally wear a wide sized shoe, in the Chaco I would require a wide to keep from having my foot hang off the edges. That would be fine normally, but for some reason, they stop making wide sizes at 12 and I need a 13 for the length to fit. Hopefully, one day they will change their minds and make a 13W. I realize this isn't a problem for most and I can't say a bad thing about them otherwise. They just won't work if you have a big, wide-ish foot.
Wears this shoe: Never