A comfortable pair of well-made shoes, that’s what Yogi offer and if that sounds boring then it’s worth noting that they’re fairly unconventional with it. Taking inspiration from brands like Earth Shoe, who were making out-there orthopaedic styles in the 1970s and whose designer Anna Kalsø, was the inventor and major proponent of negative heel technology, which you can see employed on certain Yogi styles today.
A key value at Yogi is sustainability, they make a product designed to last. Their handstitched leather moccasins are made in a third-generation family owned factory in Portugal, with most materials including vegetable tanned leathers and natural crepe being sourced locally. Finally, they’re boxed up in recycled cardboard shoe boxes.