Goods for Good
Summer Meets Sustainable with Native Shoes
Prepare for warmer weather with vegan and earth-friendly styles that can be recycled once you're ready for a new pair.
Ready to Recycle with The Remix Project?
Time for a refresh? Recycle your well-loved Native shoes through the Remix Project to give them new life and keep our planet happy.
As a Certified B Corporation brand and Conservation Alliance member, Olukai is making waves with their island sustainability mindset.
By using Bluesign® certified fabrics, Beyond Yoga is reducing water, energy and chemicals to minimize pollution–all while maximizing fit and style.
100% of Teva's straps are made with recycled plastic using REPREVE® yarn–keeping plastic bottles out of landfills and you looking 100% cool.
Shop New Sustainable Picks
Native's The Remix Project
We’re supporting Native Shoes' recycling initiative, The Remix Project, where well-loved Native Shoes are recycled and given new life in community projects.
Hunter provides an end-of-life solution for your old rubber Hunter boots by giving them a new lease on life and transforming them into a myriad of upcycled materials.
Cotton’s Blue Jeans Go Green™ Program
Together with Cotton’s Blue Jeans Go Green™ program, we're recycling denim and reducing textile waste.
Soles4Souls turns unwanted shoes and clothing into opportunity—providing relief, creating jobs, and empowering people to break the cycle of poverty.
What Does Goods for Good Mean?
Give Back Products
Charitable programs where brands make donations in kind or assist with humanitarian projects or organizations.
Certified by an industry certifying organization to comply with at least one industry standard for environmental or socioeconomic impact.
100% cruelty-free products constructed with zero animal parts.
Composed of organic cotton and other materials with a lower environmental impact.
Composed of all or parts of materials from recycled goods, such as water bottles.