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Camper Shoes: Eco-Conscious and Mucho Fabulous

Camper Shoes have been around since the 80’s. I remember passing the Camper store in New York City and pausing in front of the window to stare. I gaped a rows and rows of shoes that looked very different from the shoes I was wearing. These shoes were cool. Avant-garde. Definitely not from around these parts. (And I was right. Camper originated in Spain.)

Today, Camper shoes are well known, sought after and very sophisticated. They use the very best, natural and water resistant leather to create comfortable, lightweight shoes that feel good on the feet. Their technology respects the environment just as much as it respects the foot!

The above whimsical TWS shoes provides flexibility with a rubber sole. Made from almost all chrome-free leather.

These handsome sandals BICHO sandals are made from full grain leather and the sole is made of rubber and recycled rice husk.

These TWS sandals are for the ultimate nature girl who still loves to look pretty. (These babies belong on my feet!) Made from full grain leather and the sole is made of rubber and recycled rice husk.

See Camper’s entire collection for kids and babies and find out more about this fascinating company.


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About Elizabeth Leach

Elizabeth is obsessed with all things cool. She loves home design, bright nail polish and owns far too many handbags. You can find her scouting out the best restaurants for kids in Westchester or at home with her two girls experimenting with the best way to melt crayons. Elizabeth has been writing for parenting blogs since she her first daughter was born, six years ago. She was a regular contributor to Babble, Cool Mom Picks, MomStyle and, currently, writes for Momtrends and Wee Westchester. Elizabeth also writes children’s stories and sometimes revisits her first love, writing plays.