All Vegan Shoe Brands

The following brands are 100% vegan – none of their footwear contains any animal-based materials, ingredients or by-products – right down to the glues.

  • 8000 Kicks (hemp-based waterproof athleisure shoes for men and women)
  • A Perfect Jane (ethically produced, environmentally-focused women’s western-style/cowboy boots)
  • AERA (ethically produced, environmentally-focused luxury women’s footwear)
  • Afroblonde (Australian-based boots, shoes, sandals, hats and accessories made from up-cycled truck canvas tarps)
  • Ahimsa (ethically produced men’s and women’s dress shoes, boots and casual shoes)
  • Ahinsa (ethically produced men’s and women’s barefoot shoes, boots and sandals designed by physiotherapists)
  • Allkind (ethically produced women’s luxury heels, boots and trainers)
  • Arcas Bear (highly sustainable sneakers, dress shoes and boots with speckled soles)
  • B_Boheme (highly sustainable, ethically made small run designer women’s shoes)
  • Bahatika (ethically produced trendy women’s boots, flats, sneakers with some men’s sneakers)
  • Ballūta (ethically produced luxury women’s heels, boots, shoes and sandals)
  • Bamburista (ethically made bamboo-based cap toe canvas sneakers for men and women)
  • BC Footwear (playful and bold women’s shoes, boots and flats)
  • Beflamboyant (minimalist sneaker brand, certified sustainable, vegan and fair labour)
  • Bego (Canada-based women’s modern shoes and boots made from plant leather)
  • BellaStoria (eclectic men’s and women’s shoes and boots, uses fair labour and reasonably sustainable)
  • Biankina (sustainably produced women’s sneakers, espadrilles and sandals)
  • BioWorld (artisan made men’s and women’s clog-style boots, shoes and sandals
  • Bleed Clothing (sustainably produced men’s and women’s footwear and outerwear)
  • Bohema (sustainably produced women’s – and some men’s – avant-garde footwear from plant leather)
  • Bohempia (ethically produced unisex hemp sneakers and barefoot shoes)
  • Boobamara (ethically produced Argentinian men’s, women’s and children’s modern and funky shoes)
  • Brave Gentleman (ethically produced men’s dress and casual shoes, boots, bags, coats and custom suits)
  • Carmona Collection (Mexico-based women’s shoes, sandals and boots made from cactus leather)
  • Cath… Who?! (Germany-based upcycled crawling shoes for infants, toddlers and children, and slippers for adults)
  • CCILU (Japan-based global shoe brand, made from recycled ocean plastic and coffee grounds)
  • Collection & Co. (London-based, Greek made women’s – and some men’s – modern shoes and bags)
  • Cult of Coquette (Arizona-based fashion-forward heels, pumps, flats and mules)
  • Cynthia King (Brooklyn-based vegan classic ballet slipper brand)
  • Dá Quy (Italian women’s shoes in a variety of styles, ranging from elegant to flashy)
  • Della Terra Shoes (American gender-inclusive shoe brand, balancing trendy designs and sustainability)
  • Dominic & Dempsey (highly sustainable American unisex children’s boot brand)
  • Donnant Donnant (fashion-forward shoe brand from the UK, focused on the female aesthetic)
  • Easy Walk Experience (international design award-winning Portuguese women’s ballerina flat brand)
  • Eco Vegan Shoes (Dutch men’s and women’s footwear brand, with many certified safety and non-slip options)
  • Elephantsity (charitable American men’s and women’s shoes, featuring animal and nature-inspired designs)
  • Empress of Heels (Netherlands-based charitable brand making elegant, highly sustainable heels and pumps)

That’s it! – Wait! No, no it isn’t – we’re just getting started on this. We have many, many companies to get through and add! Stay tuned by subscribing to our newsletter via the footer of this page.

About This List

We gather a list of as many companies as we can, through lists from PETA, bloggers, instagram… wherever we can, and collect them in a big ol’ spreadsheet. We then contact them to ask them a lengthy series of questions regarding their production methods, labour practices, sustainability plans, and of course, the materials they use for their footwear.