NISOLO

Outside the hustle of the downtown, tucked away in a small shop in a corner strip, is a showroom that hardly looks at home in the boot shop packed city of Nashville. While the Nash-Vegas strip may be packed with boot outlets, Nisolo takes a different approach. A clean, open spaced showroom filled with artisan jewelry and quality footwear, a minimalist storefront with a small friendly staff await you if you decide to visit Nisolo.

“You’ll be attracted to Nisolo for the high-end quality of their boots and shoes, you’ll continue supporting them because of what they stand for. “

I’ve made 3 trips over 2 years, each time trying on a variety of boots and shoes, running the wonderful salespeople back and forth for sizing and styles, leaving then coming back before actually purchasing a pair of their shoes. One time I simply bought a belt.Every time the staff has been friendly, kind and willing to answer any questions I had. I even visited their in-mall location and spent time asking the same questions, without fail every time I’ve been to a Nisolo location they’ve provided quality service.
But a friendly workforce and clean shop aren’t the only things Nisolo takes a unique approach to…

Nisolo is committed to providing a fair working wage to their employees, no matter where in the world they’re located. They publish a public impact report, their Peru factory employees 88 workers and they publish actual stats regarding wages and employment information right on their website. They hire and work with independent artisans, again, information published directly on their site. They have a public approach to sharing information about the company and its impact environmentally and socially. So not only are they committed to making the best shoes possible, but they’re fully committed to changing the lives of those they employee for the better. They’re transparent, ethical, and provide great service with an amazing high-end product.

You’ll be attracted to Nisolo for the high-end quality of their traditionally made boots and shoes, you’ll continue supporting them because of what they stand for. LINK 9/10 FP

Author: JefPrice

Former this & that. Exploring & Photographing since I was 11. Founder of FieldPhotographer.org

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