Hundreds of shoe companies claim to be the most style oriented. Very few are actually hitting the mark. Bucketfeet is one.
The Chicago based company is showing that style is all about the artist. Several unique designs fill their line-up. From designs with geometric shapes with wild colors to earth tones with continents–Bucketfeet is on a page all its own.
The mobile artwork started with co-founder Aaron Firestein drawing on his canvas shoes to freshen them up. After posting his work on Facebook, the demand for his artistic shoes started blowing up. He met Raaja Nemani while living in Argentina and they decided to turn his mobile artwork into something real. Enter Bucketfeet.
Bucketfeet doesn’t just look out for themselves either. For each pair of shoes they sell, a dollar is donated to a charity of your choice, while another dollar goes to the artist. Each pair of shoes comes with a convenient drawstring bag and info about the artist responsible for the design and how that extra slice of funds will help them to continue to do what they love.
After taking a pair of Bucketfeet shoes for a ride, they proved to be not only original and fresh, but comfortable and quality built. Each pair has upgraded orthotics in the sole–meaning extra padding on the heel and ball of your foot.
Wearing shoes like these almost makes one feel guilty that they eventually will be ruined. The red sole with Bucketfeet printed in white is the same on every pair and it’s a good thing. Why change something that looks so good?
All designs come in men and women shapes, so if your jealous of your significant others kicks, you can now copy them and have them actually fit. With a price-point from $55 to $65, the price for original shoes is ridiculously low.
Go pick up your pair at http://www.bucketfeet.com/ and help an artist out.