Macbeth Hensley

Vegan Macbeth Skateboard shoesMacbeth Hensley is a slim mid-top perfect for a little shred time or singing songs about longshoreman. This after all is the Matt Hensley of Flogging Molly shoe. Available in two Vegan colorways, both nice and dark for night creeping.

Vegan Macbeth Skateboard shoes, HensleyThe all canvas upper has some layering around the sides and a plump but not puffy collar. Check the snazzy anchor on the cuff and the tongue.  Now thats a “boat” shoe.  All metal eyelets are a nice touch for quick lace up. Macbeth trademark tread on the vulcanized soles have a great board feel.  Top image is the Dark Grey, bottom is Black.

Two places to shop, and we hope you’ll go with the pro-Vegan option if your size allows.

Black and White

MooShoes sizes 6-13(no 11 or 12) $70.00

Zappos size 5-13 $70.00

Dark Grey

MooShoes sizes 6-13(no 11 or 12) $70.00

Zappos size 5-13 $70.00





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4 Responses to Macbeth Hensley

  1. Vitor says:

    Dude, this blog literally save lives! Thank you so much. Keep up the good work!

    • Mr Fakie says:

      I appreciate the recognition. I do want to say that, while I feel living a vegan lifestyle is an important part of showing respect to animals and the environment, there are few actions that literally save lives.
      The credit for saving lives goes to the brave people who risk their own freedom to liberate animals from farms and laboratories.
      The products we buy matter but we can not shop our way to Total Liberation. I do this blog out of my love for skateboarding and inability to contribute to the exploitation of animals.
      Just the same, I am grateful for your support and implore everyone to vote with their dollar.

  2. Angela says:

    I know this entry is way old but I figured Id comment anyways in hopes of a response. Are all of Macbeth’s shoes intended to be skateable? I was looking at getting these and the Eliots

    • Mr Fakie says:

      Not all of me would work well. Right now I’m skate testing the Mardid. Should have a post about it next week. They’re working out really well.

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