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Native Shoes Fitzsimmons Citylite Bloom Child

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Original price $67.00
Original price $67.00 - Original price $72.00
Original price $67.00
Current price $40.00
$40.00 - $44.00
Current price $40.00
Options: Black
Size: 7

The Native Shoes Fitzsimmons Citylite Bloom Child will take your child from the sidewalk to the slush

The next step forward with Native Shoes ward-winning future classic hiking-style boot. The Fitzsimmons Citylite has taken an earth-loving bound forward with a brand-new algae-infused Bloom upper, helping to return clean water and fresh air to our planet. The microfleece-lined bootie keeps toes warm and dry, while the grippy Bloom sole provides enhanced traction to keep little ones upright whatever the weather.

MATERIALS: Made with Algae
EVA Upper Shell
Soft Microfleece lining
Citylite TPR outsole with Rise by Bloom
Bright colour lace
Made in China

WHAT IS BLOOM?
An innovative footwear solution made with repurposed algae biomass, Rise by Bloom is engineered to replace a percentage of plastic polymer typically used for making conventional EVA shoes. Bloom’s process simultaneously sweeps our lakes and freshwater ecologies of overly abundant algae growth, transforming undesirable excess into an environmentally sound product. The same manufacturing process locks away CO2 and purifies 50 cubic meters (50m3) of air for a cleaner, healthier ecosystem.

Native was founded in Vancouver, BC in 2009 to design and produce lightweight, injection-molded EVA shoes. Inspired by classic, casual silhouettes, the Native aesthetic captures a look that is timeless yet totally new. As easy to wear as they are to look at, Native shoes are for anybody, anywhere, anytime.

Each time you wear a pair of Native Shoes, you are making an impact. By 2023, each and every pair of Native Shoes will be 100% life cycle managed. The Remix Project, is the first initiative on this journey, recycles your well-loved Native Shoes by giving them new life in projects across the community.