Native Shoes 2015 Fall/Winter Collection

In Moc and Chukka styles.

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Canadian-based Native Shoes gives us imagery of its 2015 fall/winter collection of “future classic” footwear. The Apollo silhouette featured this time around comes in two styles; a low cut Moc version and a mid-top Chukka variety. Both utilize a synthetic microfiber material as a core one-piece upper, while the sole is comprised of EVA rubber for great grip. Select your favorite among a variety of colors like blue, black and salmon and pick them up from retailers like a number of names now.

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