Introducing Earth Footwear

Shoes are my love language.

When I was going to an office job each day I loved to sport heels and boots and cute trendy styles. These days, I favor function over fashion, but there is no reason I can’t have both! Since the births of my two boys, I tend to live in flats, but there is something special about wearing shoes with even the smallest heel.

Earth Footwear is a new line of shoes from the makers of Kalso Earth Shoes (who are known for the classic “negative” heel technology) and Earthies.

Launching their Spring/Summer line in January 2012, Earth Footwear will introduce “positive” heel heights in a series of fashionable options at great prices! These shoes will all be under $100 and let me tell you, they are SO comfortable!

I received the above pair of shoes to try out and they really do feel amazing on my feet. Even with the 2 inch heel, I could comfortably spend all day in these. I can’t wait to check out some of their other styles!

Here’s a little more information from the folks at Earth.

In complement to its multi-density latex cushioning in the footbed with padded heels and reinforced arch support, the styling of the Earth® line will be expressed through gorgeous sculpted wedges with delicate lazer-cut uppers in rich ruche suedes and sultry smooth leathers.

Earth footwear is a fun new option from an old favorite. The new Earth Footwear will be available in January at a variety of retailers including,,, Bonton and Belk. To keep up with all the latest news, make sure to follow Earth Footwear on Facebook!

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post on behalf of Earth Footwear. All opinions are my own and in no way influenced by the company. Thanks for reading!

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