Vegan & Cruelty-Free Shoe Brands

Filter through our list of cruelty-free vegan shoe brands – from women’s recyclable sneakers made in the USA, to men’s vegan leather dress shoes, there’s something for every taste and style.

Fully Vegan Brands + "Likely" Vegan Brands

Many of following brands are certified as 100% vegan* by either The Vegan Society or by PETA – meaning none of their footwear contains any animal-based materials, ingredients or by-products, right down to the glues (these certifications mean suppliers for these brands have to sign legal statement of assurance forms guaranteeing that no materials or ingredients are of animal origin).

Other brands on this list are likely to be vegan (as well as cruelty-free), as they’ve told us directly, or by way of their public-facing materials, that their footwear doesn’t contain any animal derived materials or ingredients, including in the glues.

Pro Tip: Just because a brand isn’t certified, doesn’t mean it isn’t vegan – brands on this list might be actively pursuing certification, or might choose not to for a variety of reasons, such as the costs involved, which can be prohibitive.

A Note on PETA and/or Vegan Society Certified Shoe Brands…

*As PETA-Approved Vegan, and Vegan Society Trademark licensing contracts are canceled and/or started every day, it’s best to check their lists agains this one to ensure the most accurate and up-to-date information.

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8000 Kicks vegan hemp athleisure shoes

8000 Kicks

8000 Kicks claims that their shoes are “100% vegan.” Although they do not currently have any certification to verify it, it is likely that they’re a 100% vegan brand based on the composition of the shoes they make (8000 Kicks has informed us that no parts of their shoes, down

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A Perfect Jane Vegan Boots

A Perfect Jane

A Perfect Jane is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of their boots.

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AERA Vegan Shooties

AERA

AERA is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of their footwear.

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Afroblonde Vegan upcycled shoes and boots

Afroblonde

Afroblonde is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of their footwear, hats and accessories.

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Ahimsa Mens and Womens Vegan Shoes Boots

Ahimsa

Founded in 2013 by a committed vegan, Ahimsa is a fully vegan footwear brand. They’re PETA certified vegan, and they’ve confirmed with us that they don’t use any animal ingredients, materials or by-products in any components of their footwear, including the glues.

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Ahinsa Barefoot vegan shoes and boots

Ahinsa

Ahinsa claims that their shoes “do not contain any parts from slaughtered animals.” Although they do not currently have any certification to verify it (we are waiting for a response regarding whether or not they are in the process of becoming certified), it is built into the ethos and mission

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Aks Fair Trade Low top embroidered sneakers

Aks

Aks is likely a fully vegan brand. They were PETA-certified vegan in 2022 (which means their suppliers and manufacturers had to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products, including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of their shoes). Although their

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Alexandra K. vegan women's winter boots

Alexandra K.

Alexandra K. is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of their shoes, boots or accessories.

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All My Eco Vegan Leather Pinatex Sneakers

All My Eco

All My Eco claims that “all materials used in our shoes are 100% vegan.” Although they do not currently have any certification to verify it, veganism is clearly built into the ethos and mission of the brand.

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Arcas Bear Vegan Plant Based Sneakers

Arcas Bear

Arcas Bear is likely a vegan brand. They were PETA-certified vegan in 2022 (although their certification has since lapsed), which means their suppliers and manufacturers had to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents, are used in the production of

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Astral vegan waterproof hiking shoes

Astral

Astral has informed us that all materials (even the glues) are free of animal-derived ingredients and by-products. On their website, they also say, “Currently all Astral shoes are made with vegan materials. We take great care in the selection of materials to be as ethical and environmentally friendly as possible.”

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AVRE Vegan Athleisure Shoes

AVRE

It’s likely that AVRE is a 100% vegan brand based on the composition of the shoes they make (the brand has informed us that no parts of their shoes contain animal materials).

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B_Boheme Scout Vegan Chunky Sneaker

B_Boheme

Founded in 2005 by designer, qualified podiatrist and committed vegan, Alicia Lai, B_Boheme (formerly known as Bourgeois Boheme) is likely a fully vegan brand. B_Boheme claims to only use vegan materials in their shoes (including the glues). Although they do not currently have any certification to independently verify these claims,

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Bahatika Vegan Casual Shoes and Sneakers

Bahatika

Founded in 2017 with the goal of providing cruelty free and sustainable products, Bahatika is a fully vegan footwear and clothing brand. They’re PETA certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and

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Ballūta vegan designer shoes and heels

Ballūta

Ballūta claims that their shoes “exclude all animal-derived materials like leather, fur, wool, silk, bees wax, feathers or animal-based glues”. Although they do not currently have any certification to verify it (we are waiting for a response regarding whether or not they are in the process of becoming certified), veganism

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Bamburista vegan bamboo shoes sustainable

Bamburista

Bamburista claims that there are no products of animal origin in the production chain of their shoes, including in the glues and dyes used. They do not currently have any certification to verify these claims, and using non-animal-derived materials appears to be a ‘happy accident’ as a result of choosing

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Bangs Shoes vegan chuck taylors

BANGS Shoes

BANGS Shoes claims that their shoes are “100% vegan”, that even the glues are free of animal-derived ingredients and by-products. They do not currently have any certification to verify these claims.

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BC Footwear Vegan Shoes and Boots

BC Footwear

BC Footwear is likely a fully vegan footwear brand. In 2022 they were a PETA certified vegan brand, although when we checked on April 4, 2023 their certification had lapsed. Avoiding animal-derived materials seems to be built into the mission of this self-proclaimed “100% vegan” brand though.

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Beflamboyant vegan mens and womens sneakers

Beflamboyant

Beflamboyant is a vegan brand. They’re a PETA certified vegan brand, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of their entire product catalogue. They’re also PETA certified

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Bego Vegan Pineapple and grape leather boots

Bego

Bego is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers had to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of their footwear.

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Bellastoria Vegan Shoes and Boots

BellaStoria

BellaStoria is likely a vegan footwear brand. They were PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers had to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes, and solvents) are used in the production of their shoes, sandals and boots. Their certification has

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Beyond Skin Vegan Snakeskin booties

Beyond Skin

Beyond Skin is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of their footwear & accessories. UPDATE: As of 2022, Beyond

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Bhava vegan winter bootie

Bhava

Bhava claims that they have always been, and will always be, a vegan company. Although they do not currently have any certification to verify their vegan claims, animal welfare is built into the ethos and mission of the brand.

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Vegan hemp canvas sustainable shoes and sandals

Biankina

Biankina is likely a vegan brand. In 2022 they were PETA-certified vegan and PETA-certified cruelty-free (although their certification has lapsed in early 2023). However, they’ve confirmed with us that they don’t use any animal ingredients, materials or by-products in any components of their footwear, including the glues.

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BioWorld Vegan Shoes Spanish clogs

BioWorld

BioWorld claims that all of their shoes, boots, socks and other products are vegan, that they have carefully researched all of the details to ensure they don’t use any materials of animal origin in their footwear. Although they do not currently have any certification to verify these claims, animal welfare

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Bleed Clothing Vegan Winter Sneakers

Bleed Clothing

Bleed Clothing claims that there are no products of animal origin in the production chain of their shoes, jackets, and other products, including in the adhesives, solvents, softeners or dyes used. Although they do not currently have any certification to verify these claims, veganism appears to be built into the

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Bohema Cactus Leather Womens vegan boots

Bohema

Bohema claims that there are no products of animal origin in the production chain of their shoes, boots, sandals, bags and clothing, including in the glues and dyes used. Although they do not currently have any certification to verify these claims, excluding animal-derived materials appears to be built into the

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Bohempia Vegan Chuck Taylors

Bohempia

Bohempia is a vegan brand. They’re a PETA certified vegan brand, which means their entire catalogue of products is vegan, and their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in production.

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Boobamara Vegan Shoes and Boots

Boobamara

Boobamara is likely a fully vegan brand. In 2022 they were a PETA-certified vegan brand, which means their suppliers and manufacturers had to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of their boots.

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Brave Gentleman Mens Vegan Shoes, Boots and Suits

Brave Gentleman

Brave Gentleman claims to only use vegan materials in their shoes, clothing and accessories. Although they do not currently advertise any certification to verify their vegan status (we are waiting for a response regarding whether or not they are in the process of becoming certified), it is clearly built into

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Butterfly Twists Catherine Zeta-Jones Vegan Flats

Butterfly Twists

Butterfly Twists claims that their shoes fully vegan. Although they do not currently have any certification to verify this claim, they have informed us that no animal products or ingredients are used in the shoes (including within the glues and dyes).

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Venture Black Synthetic Velvet Vegan Loafers Spring

Call it Spring

Call it Spring is a fully vegan footwear, clothing, and accessory brand. They’re PETA certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of their products.

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Carmona Collection Cactus Leather Shoes

Carmona Collection

Carmona Collection claims to only use vegan materials and components in all of their shoes, boots and sandals. Although they do not currently advertise any certification to verify their vegan status (they have informed us that they are currently looking into becoming certified), it is clearly built into the ethos

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Cat...Who?! Vegan Childrens Slippers

Cath… Who?!

Cath… Who?! claims that their crawling shoes/slippers are vegan. Although they do not currently have any certification to verify it, it is likely that they’re a 100% vegan brand based on the composition and production method (hand sewn) of the shoes.

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Cayumas Vegan Venetian Fruilanes slippers espadrilles

Cayumas

Cayumas claims that there are “not any” animal products or ingredients in their shoes (Fruilanes/Venetian slippers). Although they do not currently advertise any certification to verify their vegan status, they seem to be vegan based on the stated materials used in their shoes.

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CCILU vegan shoes boots and sandals

CCILU

CCILU is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of their shoes, boots, sandals, and other products.

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Collection & Co. Vegan Shoes Boots and Bags

Collection & Co.

Collection & Co. is likely a fully vegan footwear and accessory brand. In 2022 they were PETA certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers had to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of

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Corda Vegan Rope Sandals

Corda

Corda claims that their rope sandals are “100% vegan”. Although they do not currently have any certification to verify it, it is likely that their products are 100% vegan based on their composition; Corda has informed us that no parts of their sandals, down to the glues, contain animal materials

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CRYWOLF kids natural rubber rainboots

CRYWOLF

CRYWOLF claims to only use vegan materials and components in all of their footwear and clothing. Although they do not currently advertise any certification to verify their vegan status, they are currently in the process of becoming PETA certified.

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Cult of Coquette Vegan Pumps and Heels

Cult of Coquette

Cult of Coquette is likely a fully vegan brand. In 2022 they had “PETA-approved” status, which means their suppliers and manufacturers had to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of their shoes,

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Cynthia King Vegan Ballet Slippers

Cynthia King

Cynthia King is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of their ballet shoes and clothing.

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Da Quy Vegan Shoes

Dá Quy

Dá Quy is likely a fully vegan brand. In 2022 they had certification with the Vegan Society of Birmingham, which means their suppliers and manufacturers had to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of

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Della Terra Vegan, Sustainable, Ethical Shoes

Della Terra Shoes

Della Terra Shoes is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of their shoes.

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Dogo Vegan Wedge Sandals

Dogo

Dogo claims that they “have been designing vegan products and using vegan materials from our very first day.” Although they do not currently advertise any certification to verify their vegan status (we are waiting for a response from them regarding whether or not they are in the process of becoming

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Dominic & Dempsey Vegan sustainable children's boots

Dominic & Dempsey

Dominic & Dempsey is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of their boots.

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Donnant Donnant Vegan avant garde boots and shoes

Donnant Donnant

Donnant Donnant claims that all of their designs are made from 100% vegan and eco-friendly materials. Although they do not currently have any certification to verify their vegan claims (we are waiting for a response regarding whether or not they are in the process of becoming certified), animal welfare is

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Duuo Empathy Sustainable vegan high top sneakers

Duuo

Duuo has recently become a fully vegan brand (when we originally profiled them they used some recycled wool), but now they’re PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used

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Easy Walk Experience Vegan Ballet Flats

Easy Walk Experience

Easy Walk Experience claims that their Lolita shoes “are 100% vegan”. Although they do not currently have any certification to verify this claim, they have informed us that no animal products or ingredients are used in the shoes (including within the glues and dyes).

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Eco Vegan Shoes Chukka Boots

Eco Vegan Shoes

Eco Vegan Shoes is a fully vegan footwear brand. They’re certified by The Vegan Society, which means that their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of their shoes, sandals

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Ecoalf Recycled ocean plastic vegan shoes

Ecoalf

Ecoalf claims that there are no products of animal origin in the production of their shoes, including in the glues and dyes used, although they do not currently display any certification to verify these claims. Their knitwear uses recycled wool, so technically the brand itself is not fully vegan, however

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Elephantsity Vegan Boots with Animal Prints

Elephantsity

Elephantsity claims that all of their products are made of “100% vegan and cruelty free materials.” Although they do not currently have any certification to verify these claims, animal welfare appears to be built into the ethos and mission of the brand. However, they have never responded to our many

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Ella & Witt Vegan High Top Sneakers

Ella & Witt

Ella & Witt is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of their shoes.

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elliott climate positive vegan trainer running shoes

elliott Footwear

elliott Footwear claims that their shoes are vegan. The vegan leather and suede they use is PETA-certified cruelty-free, though the brand as a whole doesn’t appear to carry that certification (although that is far from meaning they aren’t vegan). They have also informed us that the glue they use does

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Embassy of Bricks & Logs Vegan Shoes

Embassy of Bricks & Logs

Embassy of Bricks & Logs makes their shoes in a Brazilian “all-vegan factory.” They’re also PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers had to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of their footwear.

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Empress of Heels Vegan Sustainable Heels and Pumps

Empress of Heels

Empress of Heels is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of their heels and pumps.

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Empyrean Luxury Designer Vegan Shoes

Empyrean Luxury

Empyrean Luxury is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of their boots.

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Enda Kenyan Vegan Running Shoes

Enda

Enda claims that their shoes are “made free of animal byproducts or materials and are not tested on animals.” Although they do not have any certification to verify this claim (we have asked them if they are in the process of getting certified and are awaiting reply), using animal-free materials

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Estela Verde recycled vegan sneakers

Estela Verde

Estela Verde claims “at no time do we use skin or animal derivatives (not even in the glue!).” Although they do not currently advertise any certification to verify their vegan status (we are waiting for a response from them regarding whether or not they are in the process of becoming

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Ethical Wares Vegan Timberland Boots

Ethical Wares

Ethical Wares claims to be “100% vegan.” Although they used to be PETA-approved vegan, they choose to no longer pay for the certification. Avoiding animal-derived materials is clearly built into the ethos of the brand, which is founded and run by committed vegans.

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Ethletic vegan fair trade sneaker

Ethletic

Ethletic is a fully vegan brand. They are PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of their shoes and boots.

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Etiko vegan fairtrade certified b corp shoes

Etiko

Etiko claims to be “100% vegan.” Although they do not advertise certification to verify their claims, avoiding animal-derived materials is clearly built into the ethos of the brand. We have asked them if they are currently in the process of obtaining certification for their vegan claims, and they told us

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FAIR Vegan mens Chelsea boots black

FAIR

FAIR claims to only use vegan materials in their shoes, boots and sandals (including in the glues/adhesives). Although they do not currently advertise any certification to verify their vegan status (we are waiting for a response regarding whether or not they are in the process of becoming certified), animal-friendliness is

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Fairma mens vegan leather dress shoes

Fairma

Fairma is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of their footwear.

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Fairticken Lined vegan winter boots

Fairticken

Fairticken claims that their shoes are “Completely vegan with no animal ingredients.” Although they do not currently have any certification to verify it, veganism is clearly built into the ethos and mission of the brand.

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Fera Libens Vegan Chunky Heel Sandals

Fera Libens

Fera Libens claims that their shoes are “100% vegan.” They advertise a VVV+ rating with Animal Free (Italy) to verify their vegan status, although it is largely symbolic certification, as it does not require them to sign a legal statement of assurance form. However, avoiding animal-derived materials is clearly built

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Flamingos Life Vegan retro tennis shoes

Flamingos Life

It’s likely that Flamingos Life is a 100% vegan brand based on the composition of the shoes they make (Flamingos Life has informed us that no parts of their shoes contain animal materials, and that they are “100% vegan & plant-based”). Although they do not have certification to verify these

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Freerangers Vegan Moccasin style shoes

Freerangers

Freerangers is a fully vegan brand. They’re certified with the Vegan Society of Birmingham, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of their shoes, boots

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Friendship Shoes Vegan Brogues Copper

Friendship Shoes

Friendship Shoes is likely a fully vegan brand, as they claim that there are, “no animal derived components in our shoes, they are completely cruelty free.” They had been PETA-approved vegan as recently as 2023, although that certification has recently lapsed.

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Fuego Vegan Dance Sneakers

Fuego

Fuego is likely a fully vegan brand. Their vegan dance sneakers (and entire brand) had recently been PETA-approved vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers had to sign legal statement of assurance forms, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any

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Fugu Vegan Japanese Ninja Boots

Fugu

Fugu claims that their “shoes and products are always 100% cruelty free and vegan.” Although they do not currently advertise any certification to verify their vegan status (we have asked them if they are currently pursuing certification, and are awaiting reply), avoiding animal-derived materials is clearly built into the ethos

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Gentleberg Vegan mens derby brown shoe

Gentleberg

Gentleberg claims that their shoes are “100% vegan.” Although they do not currently have any certification to verify it (they have informed us that, “We want to become Peta approved but this takes some time to get”), veganism is clearly built into the ethos and mission of the brand.

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Giulia & Romeo Vegan Pineapple Leather Strapped Pumps

Giulia & Romeo

Giulia & Romeo is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of their footwear, clothing & accessories.

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Good Guys Dont Wear Leather Apple Skin Vegan Boots

Good Guys Go Vegan

Good Guys Go Vegan (formerly known as “Good Guys Don’t Wear Leather”) is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production

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grounded people vegan high top canvas sneaker

grounded people

grounded people is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of their shoes.

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Gunas Vegan Flats

Gunas

Gunas is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of their shoes, bags and other items.

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GURU mtp vegan ankle boots

GURU mtp

Launched in 2019, GURU mtp is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of their footwear.

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Hades Vegan Goth Steampunk adorned High heels

Hades Footwear

Hades Footwear prides themselves on being a “100% vegan brand.” Although they do not currently have any certification to verify it, veganism seems to be built into the mission and ethos of the brand.

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Hexa low vegan leather heels

Hexa

Hexa is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of their footwear.

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HiGH FEELS vegan barefoot gladiator sandals

HiGH FEELS

HiGH FEELS is a fully vegan brand. They’re a PETA certified vegan brand, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of their footwear.

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Holster vegan slip on low top sneakers

holster

holster is a fully vegan footwear brand. They’re certified by The Vegan Society, which means that their suppliers and manufacturers had to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of their shoes and sandals.

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Hot Chocolate Design Victorian Mary Jane Vegan Flats

Hot Chocolate Design

Hot Chocolate Design is likely a fully vegan brand. In 2022 they had “PETA-approved” status, which means their suppliers and manufacturers had to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of their shoes,

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Humans are Vain vegan chelsea boots

Humans Are Vain

Humans Are Vain is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of their shoes or boots.

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Hylo Mens Vegan Recyclable running gym shoes

Hylo

Hylo is a vegan footwear brand. Their shoes are lab-certified vegan by Eurofins Scientific, and were certified by The Vegan Society (certification has since lapsed), which means their suppliers and manufacturers had to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents)

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I WILL RISE Vegan Ghanian Skate Shoes Sustainable Sneakers

I WILL RISE

I WILL RISE is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of their shoes.

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Indosole Vegan Recycled Tire sandals

Indosole

Indosole claims that their sandals are “100% vegan.” Although they do not currently have any certification to verify it, it is likely that they’re a 100% vegan brand based on the composition of their sandals (Indosole has informed us that no parts of their sandals contain animal materials).

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Infinite Running Vegan Climate neutral running shoes

Infinite Running

Infinite Running is likely a vegan footwear brand. Their shoes were certified by The Vegan Society (as of 2022), which means their suppliers and manufacturers had to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used. Although their certification has

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inov-8 women's FASTLIFT croddift weightlifting vegan shoe

inov-8

inov-8 claims that their shoes are “100% vegan.” Although they do not currently have any certification to verify it, it is likely that their shoes are 100% vegan based on their composition (inov-8 has informed us that no parts of their shoes contain animal materials or ingredients). Some of their

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Insecta printed Oxfords vegan eco dress shoes

Insecta

Insecta is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of their footwear, clothing & accessories.

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JiiJ Vegan apple leather eros silver chunky heels

JiiJ

JiiJ is likely a fully vegan brand. Their entire brand had recently been PETA-approved vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers had to sign legal statement of assurance forms, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of their footwear. That

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Jo Casal Vegan ankle boots argentina

Jo Casal

Jo Casal claims that their shoes are “animal friendly, cruelty-free & vegan.” Although they do not currently have any certification to verify it, it is likely that they’re a 100% vegan brand based on the composition of their shoes – Jo Casal maintains that “none of the components are of

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Joline Jolink Vegan sneakers Netherlands

Joline Jolink

Joline Jolink’s shoes are PETA-approved vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of their footwear. Some of their clothing uses organic virgin wool, as well as

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Kalenji Womens vegan controversial vegan running shoe

Kalenji

Kalenji is likely a vegan brand. Although they don’t make any such claims, they told us that their shoes do not contain any animal-derived materials, ingredients or components when we asked them. Kalenji is the house brand of running & athletic shoes for European sporting goods giant, Decathlon, which is

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Kat Mendenhall Vegan Ostrich Western Cowboy boots

Kat Mendenhall

Kat Mendenhall claims to only use vegan materials in their boots and accessories. Although they do not currently advertise any certification to verify their vegan status, it is clearly built into the ethos and mission of the brand, which is founded by a committed vegan activist.

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Kave Recycled vegan shoes

Kave

Kave is likely a vegan brand. In 2022 they were a PETA-certified vegan brand. Although their certification has since lapsed, the brand still claims to be vegan-friendly.

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King55 Vegan Chunky Sneaker Boots

King55

King55 is a likely a vegan brand. In 2022 they were a PETA-certified vegan brand, although it has lapsed. The brand still claims that their shoes are 100% vegan, and animal welfare seems to be built into the ethos of the brand.

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Komodo Free Tibet Charity Canvas Vegan Sneakers

Komodo

Komodo claims that there are no products of animal origin in the production of their shoes, including in the glues and dyes used, although they do not currently display any certification to verify these claims. A large selection of their clothing uses virgin wool, so the brand itself is not

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Komrads Eco freidnly Vegan sustainable cotton sneakers Sneakers

Komrads

Komrads is likely a vegan brand. They were a PETA-certified vegan brand in 2022, though their certification has since lapsed. According to the brand, “It’s a PROMISE to produce a vegan sneaker entirely made out of recycled and reused materials.”

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KUMI Sneakers sustainable vegan shoes corn leather

KUMI Sneakers

KUMI Sneakers is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-approved vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of their sneakers.

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LAMODA Chunky Platform Vegan Heels

LAMODA

LAMODA is a fully vegan brand. They’re a PETA-approved vegan brand, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of their shoes, boots, sandals & accessories.

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Lane Eight Vegan Unisex HIIT Trainers

Lane Eight

Lane Eight claims that their shoes are “100% vegan.” Although they do not currently have any certification to verify it, it is likely that they’re a 100% vegan brand based on the composition of their products (they say their trainers are “100% free from animal products”).

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Lapa Vegan jute mules brazil

Lapa

Lapa is likely a fully vegan brand. In 2023 they had “PETA-approved” status, which means their suppliers and manufacturers had to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of their shoes, clothing and

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Lemon Jelly Vegan Recyclable Chelsea Ankle Boots

Lemon Jelly

Lemon Jelly is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-approved vegan (as of 2019), which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of their shoes, boots, sandals & accessories.

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Linus Vegan ecological PVC plastic sandals

Linus

Linus is likely a fully vegan brand. Their vegan sandals (and entire brand) had recently been PETA-approved vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers had to sign legal statement of assurance forms, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of

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Love Our Planet Vegan Retro Athleisure Sneakers

Love Our Planet

Love Our Planet is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of their shoes or sandals.

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LOVJOI Vegan microfibre medium heel boots

LOVJOI

LOVJOI is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of their boots or clothing.

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Loyal Footwear Holly Heel Gold Pinatex Vegan Low

Loyal Footwear

Loyal Footwear claims that their shoes are “cruelty-free and vegan.” Although they do not currently have any certification to verify these claims, the Founder/Owner of the brand, Rebecca Heykes, has informed us that she selects the materials herself, including the glues (which, she has assured us, are free of animal-derived

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LØCI low top recycled ocean plastic vegan sneaker

LØCI

LØCI says that they want to “disrupt the fashion industry and its use of animal products” and that their shoes are vegan-friendly. Although they do not have certification to verify these claims, their shoes appear to be vegan based on their composition, and based on the mission and ethos of

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Malibu Sandals Vegan Huarache Woven

Malibu Sandals

Malibu Sandals is likely a vegan brand. In 2022 they were a PETA-certified vegan brand, although that certification has lapsed. According to the brand, one of their core missions is: “Be Kind to Animals. Don’t Wear Them.”

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Marzeri Milano Vegan mens leather oxford dress shoe

Marzeri Milano

Marzeri Milano is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of their footwear.

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Matt & Nat Vegan rain boot recycled PVC

Matt & Nat

Matt & Nat is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of their shoes, boots & sandals.

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Méduse vegan rain boot low PVC

Méduse

Méduse claims to “not use any materials of animal origin” in their footwear. Although they do not advertise any certification to verify their vegan status, it is likely that they’re a vegan brand based on the composition of their products.

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Melissa PVC womens vegan recyclabe boots

Melissa & Mini Melissa

Melissa (including Mini Melissa) is likely a vegan brand. In 2022 they were a Vegan Society-certified brand, although as of April 5, 2023 it has lapsed. The brand maintains that their products are “Made with no animal products or materials and with approximately 6% carbon from renewable sources.”

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Mercy Made Jillian Suede Look Vegan Booties Recycled

Mercy Made

Mercy Made is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of their footwear.

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Merry People Bobbi Gum vegan rain boots

Merry People

Merry People claims that there are no animal products or by-products in their boots, including in the glues and dyes used, although they do not currently display any certification to verify these claims. Their socks are made with virgin wool however, so the brand itself is not fully vegan.

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Mink custom vegan combat boots

Mink

Mink claims that their shoes are “100% vegan,” and that “all materials and glues are devoid of animal products.” Although they do not currently have any certification to verify it, it is likely that they’re a 100% vegan brand based on the stated composition of their shoes and boots, as

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Minuit Sur Terre Vegan Embroided sneakers Virevolte

Minuit Sur Terre

Minuit Sur Terre is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-certified vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of their shoes, boots or sandals.

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Modzori reversible vegan high-wedge slide sandal

Modzori

Modzori is likely a fully vegan brand. In 2023 they had “PETA-approved” status, which means their suppliers and manufacturers had to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of any of their shoes, clothing and

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MoEa vegan corn leather sneakers beige

MoEa

MoEa is a fully vegan brand. They’re PETA-approved vegan, which means their suppliers and manufacturers have to sign a legal statement of assurance form, stating that no animal by-products (including glues, dyes and solvents) are used in the production of their sneakers.

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