12 Ethical Vegan Shoe Brands

Looking for shoes that look like leather but aren’t? Or looking for something entirely different? From super classy to sparkly, we’ve got you covered!

Looking for sophisticated yet simple and elegant shoes whose production hasn’t harmed a single animal? You’ve come to the right place. Matt & Nat is constantly innovating and finding new ways to use sustainable materials such as cork, rubber and recycled nylon.

Canada, $-$$

Matt & Nat
Matt & Nat
Matt & Nat
Matt & Nat

If you’ve ever wanted shoes made of recycled plastic, unwanted rubber and second-hand textiles, your dreams have come true. Insecta makes awesome shoes, desert boots, sandals and chelsea boots in a wide range of patterns and materials, all whilst paying a fair wage and closing the waste loop.

Brazil, $-$$

Insecta
Insecta
Insecta
Insecta

Feel like wearing the same shoes Emma Watson wears? (Who wouldn’t!) The entirely vegan Good Guys shoe collection is indeed worth checking out! Materials such as microfibre, canvas and natural rubber are used to make Good Guys’ shoes so that they end up being light, waterproof, durable, eco-friendly and comfortable.

France, $-$$

Good Guys
Good Guys
Good Guys
Good Guys

Sneakers with the classic look that we’ve loved for years, with one quite massive difference: these are made with a cause at heart! Oh and, you know, Fairtrade certified organic cotton.

Germany, $-$$

Ethletic
Ethletic
Ethletic
Ethletic

100% animal friendly, Beyond Skin aims to make beautiful, luxurious and elegant (with sometimes a touch of folly!) shoes for women and men, all without hurting a single animal. And we must tell you, they succeeded pretty well!

United Kingdom, $$-$$$

Beyond Skin
Beyond Skin
Beyond Skin
Beyond Skin

They believe that a good vegan shoe should be about more than just excluding animal materials. We all know that leather-free shoewear comes with one or two stereotypes, and Bourgeois Boheme is here to break them!

United Kingdom, United States, $$-$$$

Bourgeois Boheme
Bourgeois Boheme
Bourgeois Boheme
Bourgeois Boheme

Shoes that respect all forms of life without sacrificing style? Yes please! Ahimsa makes 100% vegan shoes in their in-house factory in Brazil. In 2014, Ahimsa made the decision to open their own factory, as they weren’t comfortable with having a third party manufacturing their products. 

Brazil, $-$$

Ahimsa
Ahimsa
Ahimsa
Ahimsa

Shoes that are all made in Portugal and vegan, using super duper cool eco-friendly materials? Hell, yes! “Nae” stands for No Animal Exploitation. They use eco-friendly materials to make their shoes such as cork, pineapple, recycled airbags (yep, you read that right!) and recycled plastic bottles.

Portugal, $$-$$$

Nae
Nae
Nae
Nae

Timeless, elegant and feminine shoes that bring a bit of sexy back into the vegan shoe world!

France, $$-$$$

Minuit sur Terre - Ethical Fashion Guide
Minuit sur Terre - Ethical Fashion Guide
Minuit sur Terre - Ethical Fashion Guide
Minuit sur Terre - Ethical Fashion Guide

Shoes that look like leather but haven’t hurt a single animal? Yep, you’ve come to the right place! By Blanch makes 100% vegan shoes that are feminine, durable and comfortable. What else could we wish for?!

France, $$-$$$

by Blanch
by Blanch
by Blanch
By

Veja isn’t entirely vegan, but they have a whole vegan collection! Their sneakers are on two missions: to make you feel (and look) fab’ and to make the fashion industry a better place. Think fair trade, of course, but also eco-friendly materials and ultra-transparency.

Brazil, France, $$

Veja
Veja
Veja
Veja
Passionate about sustainable living, ethical fashion and social justice, Morgane also founded Zero Waste Nest, as an attempt to demystify zero waste living. Her retirement plans are to adopt as many stray cats as she’s able to.

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