Buying products with vegan leather is a great way to reduce your environmental impact. The leather industry drives global warming as well as rainforest destruction causing wildlife loss. It also creates other big problems such as water pollution. Opting for vegan leather also means no animals are used or harmed so a clearer conscience all round!

TOP TIP: When your shoes come to the end of their life make sure they're disposed of properly in a clothing bank. Or if you think they've still got life in them they could be passed on or go to a charity shop.


 Vegan leather goods are yet to become popular the high streets but we hope in time that more businesses will start selling these eco-friendly alternatives. If you know of any high street shops selling vegan leather goods please get in contact so they can be added to the site!


TOP TIP: If you're shopping online and buying more than one item then it's more eco-friendly ordering all items from the same website to reduce the impact of packaging and delivery. 

Matt & Nat sell a fantastic range of women's and men's shoes, bags, belts, coats and wallets. They experiment with various recycled materials in their products from cardboard to cork and even bike tyres! Their linings are made from 100% recycled plastic bottles.

Elephantcity sell a great variety of women's and men's patterned boots and shoes as well as a selection of other great products. As well as being totally vegan, with all purchases they make a contribution towards elephant conservation.

Plastic Freedom sell a selection of bags and wallets. They also plant one tree for every order made.

Dr Martens sell a vegan range of their iconic footwear.