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People Footwear Kids Fall/Winter 2015 Collection

Jul 06, 2015

This Spring, Damian Van Zyll Dejong the original creator and founder of Native Shoes launched a new footwear brand entitled People Footwear. As opposed to limiting itself with full EVA moulded uppers, the brand goes “feet first into the future” using technical materials such as mesh uppers with 3D printing, microfiber uppers, and Dream Knit construction that has only been used by Nike Flyknit products and Adidas Primeknit products.

The new brand offers a variety of styles for men, women and children. Kids can have the time of their lives running around in cozy, yet fashionable footwear. Offerings include the Senna Kids silhouette, which features a fully-molded Skylite EVA upper with vent channels and removable laces, the Phillips Kids featuring a no-sew construction and breathable mesh upper, and the Stanley Kids featuring a slip-on bootie liner and 3D-printed paneling.

Shop People Footwear’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection when it drops later this year on

More photos after the jump…

Photos courtesy of People Footwear




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