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A killer combination of support, sustainability, and style.

Enough talk; walk the eco-conscious walk with the help of the Patagonia Bly Hemp Hiking Shoe. This sturdy, supportive hiker is not only made from a generous helping of earth friendly materials (recycled, sustainable, and eco-certified) but it also sports an up-to-date style that goes from trail to town without missing a beat. That means you need fewer shoes in your closet, which reduces your overall footprint.
  • Breathable, durable upper made from hemp that requires few resources to grow and eco-certified Better Leather nubuck
  • Breathable mesh lining made from 40% recycled PET
  • Poli-Cork footbed made from 70% recycled materials with carbon particles that neutralize odors and cork for natural moisture management
  • Triple-density 15% recycled EVA midsole provides women-specific cushioning and support
  • Air Cushion Plus provides shock absorption—1mm polyester shock distribution plate offers extra protection underfoot
  • Nylon shank provides arch support and natural forefoot flex
  • Vibram Ecostep outsole gives you excellent traction in a variety of conditions
  • Ideal for feet with medium width and with medium arch/instep

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WHEN WILLL THESE BE IN STOCK, THESE ARE...

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WHEN WILLL THESE BE IN STOCK, THESE ARE THE ONLY HEMP SHOES!!!

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Hey Valerie, I honestly can't say when we will be getting these restocked. We currently do not have an order in with Patagonia, and since we are swinging in to the winter season I would have to guess that it probably wont be until closer to spring if we do get them in again.