Vegan Shoe Policies 2014 by Vegan8

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So last time we did a little post on Vegan8‘s spectacular list on shoe companies and their vegan friendly policies, we didn’t have any images to go with it.  So we thought that this sweet tattoo art by Just Vegan was apropos.  Love and kindness towards all living things… those little birds approve.  Just need some footwear to go with this…  Next time!

The main event is below, with quite a long list of labels and their vegan friendly policies.  This list is geared towards runners and those looking for some performance athletic footwear.  Thank you Vegan8, we are very grateful for your efforts :).  Thanks and please leave comments if you notice any errors.

Also, for description of definitions used, please refer to Vegan8’s website here.

Results Summary Table
Company Result
Adidas no reply
Ahnu Vegan options
Altra Vegan options
Asics Vegan options
Avia Synthetic options, bonding agents and/or dyes are of animal origin
Berghaus Vegan options
Brooks Vegan options
Columbia Synthetic options, bonding agents and dyes may be of animal origin
Converse Synthetic options, bonding agents and dyes may be of animal origin
Diadora awaiting reply
Eco Vegan Shoes Vegan company
Emerica no reply
Ethletic Vegan company
Etiko awaiting reply
Fila awaiting reply
Five Ten no reply
Garmont no reply
Gravis Vegan options
Hi-tec Vegan options
Hoka One One No vegan options
Inov-8 Vegan options
Ipath awaiting reply
J-41 uncooperative
Jambu uncooperative
Kalenji awaiting reply
Kalso Vegan options
Karhu awaiting reply
Keds No Vegan options
Keens Vegan options
Keep Vegan company
La Sportiva Vegan options
Lems Vegan options
Lotto no reply
Macbeth Vegan options
Merrell uncooperative
Mizuno Synthetic options, bonding agents and/or dyes are of animal origin
Montrail Synthetic options, bonding agents and/or dyes are of animal origin
Movmt uncooperative
New Balance Synthetic options, bonding agents and dyes may be of animal origin
Newton Running All Vegan
Nike No Vegan options
North Face No Vegan options
On Running All Vegan
Patagonia Vegan options
Pearl Izumi awaiting reply
Puma No Vegan options
Quechua Vegan options
Reebok Synthetic options, bonding agents and dyes may be of animal origin
Ryka uncooperative
Salomon Synthetic options, bonding agents and dyes may be of animal origin
Sanuk uncooperative
Saucony Vegan options
Scott awaiting reply
Seavees Vegan options
Skechers Vegan options
Superga Vegan options
Teva No Vegan options
Unstitched Utilities All Vegan
Vans Vegan options
Vasque Vegan options
Vegetarian Shoes Vegan company
Veja awaiting reply
Vibramfivefingers uncooperative
Victoria Vegan options
Vivobarefoot Vegan options
Walsh Vegan options
Wicked Hemp uncooperative
Zoot no reply

3 thoughts on “Vegan Shoe Policies 2014 by Vegan8”

  1. Be careful! With Vans, just because it’s listed under Vegan DOESN’T mean it’s actually vegan. I recently purchased a pair of Sk8 Hi reissues in canvas because I told told by Vans (online chat) that they were 100% canvas with pleather detail. No real Leather. That was not the case! It is real leather inside upper & white side stripe. When I emailed them regarding their almost exact same shoe( old skool canvas black on black) listed under “vegan” when you type it in the search bar, and questioned how the exact same inside upper and side stripe could possibly be vegan if the canvas sk8 hi reissues were REAL LEATHER,
    they emailed me back this response. “Hello,

    Thank you for pointing this out, we will address this with our staff.

    Best Regards,

    Vans Team”

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