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Native Shoes, the Vancouver-born global footwear brand known for creating easy-to-wear, unisex footwear have brought a new style to the table and we're into it. Like all of their products, the Mercury LiteKnit is a unisex, extremely accessible shoe with an intentionally minimal design. "Enlightened by the past and shaped for the future", these kicks are the perfect combo of classic style and new technology. The Mercury LiteKnit is made up of stretch material upper with an all-new intertwined 3D elasticized knit that's never been seen before. It's one of the most affordable and wearable shoes in its class out there. Available below in a range of muted colors. 

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THE ATLANTIC

“You always know if someone goes to Harvard or if they go to CrossFit—they’ll tell you,” said Casper ter Kuile, a ministry innovation fellow at Harvard Divinity School. “It’s really interesting that evangelical zeal they have. They want to recruit you.” CrossFit is his favorite example of a trend he has noticed: how, in the midst of the decline of religious affiliation in America, and the rise of isolation and loneliness, many ostensibly non-religious communities are “functioning in ways that look a little bit religious,” he explained on Friday at the Aspen Ideas Festival, which is co-hosted by the Aspen Institute and The Atlantic.

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