On our minds: FEIT

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by adakallgren on 2 January, 2016

FEIT makes hand sewn shoes from biological materials and natural dyes.

On our minds is FEIT, a New York-based footwear and accessory label placing themselves in the “neoluxury” category. Founded in response to the increasing amount of poorly constructed low quality shoes on the market, FEIT makes shoes from biological materials and natural dyes with the help of world class craftsmen. Founding Aussies Josh and Tull Price mean that no harmful chemicals are used in the FEIT production process and that all shoes are hand lasted, hand sewn, and produced in limited volumes to ensure minimal environmental impact and maximum quality. Read more here.


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