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water conservation

Astral Footwear – Grippy, Breathable, Balanced

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Astral Footwear began when whitewater kayakers from North Carolina needed the highest performing shoe – one so highly regarded that it was considered to be essential safety gear to go with Astral’s renowned life vests. Steep, rocky trails lead to creeks and rivers, leading Astral to the realization of light, fast, trail-hiking shoes with confidence-inspiring […]

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Astral Hemp Baker

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Marine Grip on the outsole, made with non-marking, razor-siped G-Rubber – Boat decks, docks, white floors, stairs and sidewalks, everything goes! Uppers and footbeds are industrial Hemp, naturally rot resistant and antimicrobial. Easy slip on and balanced geometry respects the natural foot shape and biomechanics. Sizes are unisex, Womens 6 – Mens 13

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Astral Hemp Loyak

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Based on Astral’s best selling Loyak, this performance/casual Loyak features a Hemp-Canvas upper – soft, flexible and low profile. The G® Rubber outsole is high-friction and non-marking for confidence wherever you walk. This shoe is perfect for the coffee shop, walking around town, adventure travel or anywhere you want to be comfortable.

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Astral Hemp Tinker – Womens Sneaker

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Astral Hemp Donner – Mens Sneaker

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Astral’s Hemp Donner is a performance/casual shoe. Performance in that it features an Agro-Grip outsole made of Astral’s super duper sticky G-Rubber Compound. 5mm lugs on the bottom communicate with various surfaces including concrete, dirt and granite. On the casual side – uppers are made of a hemp/polyester blend is durable, soft and naturally odor […]

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