Shoes and bags 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. Since then, all Ahimsa shoes are made in-house, in their own 100% vegan shoe factory located in Brazil.
Ahimsa is on a mission to make our society more conscious and more compassionate, and they’re doing so by trying to respect all forms of life and constantly questioning themselves.
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