Verdict from +100 user reviews

10 reasons to buy

  • A handful of testers mentioned that this low-top slip-on is very comfortable.
  • The majority of the wearers are captivated by the stylish patterns of the Native Jefferson Print.
  • Some of the buyers are enjoying the lightweight properties of this sneaker.
  • A number of parents are stoked because it is an excellent choice for a matching shoe.
  • There are some users who expressed their delight as the Native Jefferson Print is easy to clean. They advised that merely hosing the pair is enough to clean it.
  • A few purchasers said that this shoe could handle strenuous movements with ease.
  • A couple of wearers made the pair their go-to shoes for shopping, leisure, and summer activities.
  • One customer stated that it is a seamless match to any casual outfit.
  • The Jiffy Black/Big Star color scheme is a popular choice for some buyers.
  • The budget-friendly price of this sneaker made many shoppers consider purchasing another pair.  

2 reasons not to buy

  • A decent number of users warned of the shoe not being true to its size. They stated that it runs larger than the standard size.
  • A commenter said that the upper of the shoe has scuffs already after a couple of wears. Thus, despite being new, it does not look like it anymore.

Bottom line

The low-top Native Jefferson Print is a dynamic update to its well-received original Jefferson model. Featuring a variety of eye-catching patterns, this shoe got many customers eager to purchase more than just one pair.

Thanks to those artful designs and commendable comfort, the sneaker had become the go-to footwear for families during various casual occasions and leisure moments. While some have complaints about the shoe’s sizing, still, the overall qualities of the Native Jefferson Print makes it worthy to own.  

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Good to know

The slip-on Native Jefferson Print is available in US men’s and women’s sizes.  Men can purchase a pair from 3 to 13 while women can have theirs from 5 to 12. No half sizes are offered as of this time. Some advised of the shoe runs larger than the standard size, so be aware of the return policy just in case.

With a variety of color schemes to choose from, the low-top Native Jefferson Print exhibits more distinction and style from its original model. A great option for a matching shoe, this sneaker offers unisexual designs, which looks fantastic for men, women, and kids. This slip-on is as versatile as it gets, as pairing it with casual dresses will never be an issue.     

Similar to other Native shoes, the Jefferson Print showcases an injection-molded EVA makeup. It allows the shoes to be light, anti-microbial, and waterproof. Additionally, this casual sneaker did not make use of any animal products.

One of the newer brands on the sneaker market, Native is quietly making itself more and more relevant, thanks to its growing collection of casual shoes. The company started in 2007 when Damien Van Zyll de Jong decided to start his own footwear brand. Despite having no background in manufacturing shoes, he educated himself with the help of friends to jumpstart his goal of launching his first collection. Eventually, Damien introduced Native to the public in 2009.

Instead of the usual materials such as canvas and leather, Native utilized the EVA injection moldings to bolster the support features and comfort of its lifestyle kicks. As the brand steadily making its way to being successful sneaker industry, the addition of the Native Jefferson Print to its catalog definitely helps.

  • The shoe is currently available in 5 color schemes, namely Jiffy Black/Shell White/Big Star, Jiffy Black/Shell White/Jardin, Regatta Blue/Shell White/Jardin, Shell White/Shell White/Jardin, and Wave Blue/Shell White/Big Star.
  • The Native Jefferson Print is hand washable.
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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.