Introducing our first initiative on this journey, The Remix Project – turning your well-loved Native Shoes into something new! We’re collecting worn out Native Shoes, recycling them and giving them new life in projects across our community.
It’s not the end of the line for your well-loved Native Shoes. We have partnered with Zappos for Good where you can return your Native Shoes for free. We are also collecting well worn Native Shoes at the following locations:
40 Straight Wharf, Nantucket, MA 02554, USAFox and Kit
39 Market St, Mashpee, MA 02649Merry Lion
253 North Ave, Wakefield, MA 01880MockingBird Baby
219 Main St, Charlestown, MA 02129Mulberry Road
251 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116Gigis
62 MAIN STREET Rosemary Beach, FL 32461Tiny Hanger
200 Linden Square, Wellesley, MA 02482Tiny Hanger
314 Harvard St, Brookline , MA 02446
1613 Hunter Road, New Braunfels, TX 78130Kid O Shoes
2438 W Anderson Ln Ste C1, Austin, TX 78757Stride Rite Dallas
6129 Luther LAne, Dallas, TX 75225Tyler's Texas
5710 West Lovers Lane #101, Dallas, TX 75209Walking Tots
3091 College Park Drive, The Woodlands, TX 77384Whole Earth Provisions
4414 E St Elmo Road, Austin, TX 78744Zandy Zoos
1108 Boston Ave, Nederland, TX 77627
The unique composition of Native Shoes can be reground into a versatile material that is useful in the creation of seating, playground flooring, insulation and more. Leveraging a proprietary regrind process, we are able to break down the materials found in every style of Native Shoes including sandals, slip-ons, knit sneakers and boots. From that point – there’s no telling where your soles could turn up!
We are accepting Native Shoes for recycling at our store in San Jose’s Santana Row as well as key retailers across the United States. You can also return your Native Shoes for free through our partnership with Zappos for Good.
We’re excited to announce that our first initiative through The Remix Project is providing matting for a new playground which requires 10,000 pairs of reground material – so get recycling!