• The Golda | Ink
  • The Golda | Ink
  • The Golda | Ink
  • The Golda | Ink

The Golda | Ink

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The Golda focuses on creators, crafters, and remakers.


The sole is attached to the upper without glue. We want this shoe to be taken apart so it doesn’t end up in a landfill. The shoe is supposed to be disassembled and reassembled.

We want you to think of that when you buy it. We want you to think of that when you wear it. We want you to find your local shoe repair place and have this shoe repaired because you love them. 

We want you to do this with all of your shoes. We want you to make this a normal part of owning your shoes. Sustainable. Circular. Whatever. Just keep them.

No returns. 

You'll thank us later. 

The name pays homage to Mary Golda Ross, member of the Cherokee Nation, and  the first female Native American aerospace engineer. A lifelong advocate for women and Native people in engineering, she was a charter member of the Los Angeles chapter of the Society of Women Engineers and was active in the American Indian Science and Engineering Society. Ross was instrumental in the creation of and is featured in the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian and was featured on the Native American one-dollar coin more than a decade following her passing.

The Golda features a deconstructed upper. If you are in between sizes, opt for the smaller size.
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