Vegan Shoe Policies 2015 by Vegan8

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Hello internet people, we are very sorry we have been on hiatus for so long.  We had some offline stuff to take care of which stole away precious time to continue our work on VK.  But we’re back and we have a good one for you today.  Many of you have checked out the site by Vegan8, and especially his shoe surveys which lays out very simply which shoe companies offer vegan shoes.  We learned recently that he completed his 2015 survey, so we wanted to share that with you as soon as possible.  In addition to sharing his site, we wanted to re-post his table here, but annotated with some of our comments.  Don’t forget to click on the brand links – Vegan8 has provided additional information, including the exact correspondence and links to the relevant site within the company.

We’d also like to add that this is a great reference but it is by no means comprehensive.  This entire site isn’t either but it can be used as one big resource for finding various companies policies.  We find that the best way to do so is to browse by tags, or by search.  Some of our information is dated but feel free to email or comment if you have any particular questions.  Thanks again for visiting and keeping this site going – we are psyched that so many people around the world are going cruelty free!

Results Summary Table
Company Result
Adidas No reply
Ahnu Uncooperative
Altra All Vegan
Asics Vegan options
Avia Uncooperative
Baffin Vegan options
Berghaus No Vegan options
Brooks Vegan options
Columbia Uncooperative
Converse Synthetic options, bonding agents and/or dyes are of animal origin
Diadora No Vegan options
Draven No reply
Eco Vegan Shoes Vegan company
Emerica No reply [note: there are vegan options on their site, and historically they have offered vegan models]
Ethletic Vegan company
Etiko Vegan company
Etnies No reply [note: there are vegan options on their site, and historically they have offered vegan models]
Feelmax Vegan options
Fila Uncooperative
Five Ten No reply
FYE Uncontactable
Garmont No reply
Gola No Vegan options
Gravis Vegan options
Giro Vegan options
Hi-tec Vegan options
Hoka One One Synthetic options, bonding agents and dyes may be of animal origin
Huf Vegan options
Inov-8 All Vegan
Ipath Not currently in operation
J-41 Uncooperative
Jambu Vegan options
Kalenji Uncooperative
Kalso Vegan options
Karhu Synthetic options, bonding agents and dyes may be of animal origin
Keds Synthetic options, bonding agents and dyes may be of animal origin
Keens Vegan options
Keep Vegan company
La Sportiva Uncooperative
Lems Vegan options
Lizard Vegan options
Lotto Uncooperative
Macbeth Uncooperative
Mammut Vegan options
Merrell Vegan options
Mizuno Vegan options
Movmt Uncooperative
Native Shoes All Vegan
New Balance Synthetic options, bonding agents and dyes may be of animal origin
Newton Running All Vegan
Nike No reply [note: historically no vegan options]
Noah Vegan company
North Face No Vegan options
On-Running All Vegan
Pearl Izumi All Vegan
Puma No Vegan options
Quechua Uncooperative
Redwing Vegan options
Reebok Uncooperative
Ryka No Vegan options
Salomon Vegan options
Sanuk Vegan options
Saucony Vegan options
Scott No Vegan options
Seavees Uncooperative
Skechers Vegan options
Skora Synthetic options, bonding agents and dyes may be of animal origin
Solerunner Vegan options
Superga All Vegan
Teva Uncooperative
TUK Vegan options
Underarmour Vegan options
Unstitched Utilities All Vegan
Vans Vegan options
Vasque Vegan options
Vegetarian Shoes Vegan company
Veja Vegan options
Vibramfivefingers Uncooperative
Victoria Vegan options
Vivobarefoot Vegan options
Walsh Vegan options
Wicked Hemp No reply
Wills Vegan company
Xero All Vegan
Zoot Uncooperative

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