5 Sustainable Sneaker Brands You’ll Love

VEJA – Becoming the known name brand of sustainable sneakers, Veja hasn’t left their ethics at the door since they entered shoe stardom. With their wide variety of sneaker fabric and design types curated for almost every taste, you’re bound to find a sneaker that’s right for you. Veja works with materials such as: organic cotton from small, family-operated farms, rubber from a wild rubber reserve in the amazon, and vegetable-tanned leather. They even have a category of vegan shoes just for the animal lovers out there!

GOOD GUYS DONT WEAR LEATHER – This is one of Emma Watsons favorite white sneaker. It’s a classic design that can be dressed up with a chic dress or down with your comfy, worn jeans. Good Guys uses vegan leather on every shoe in their collection. They are ecological, 100% recyclable, and are made with microfiber!

NAE – Nae vegan sells a remarkable variety of sustainable shoes. They offer plenty of alternative material options on their sneakers for the fashionable vegan, which include: cork (which is a 100% renewable fiber), Oeko-Tex Certified microfiber, Pinatex pineapple leather, and PET recycled plastic bottles. Their tennis shoes are made to last, which is good because you won’t want to take any of these off your feet!

BOHEMPIA – This brand is the ultimate sustainable version of the classic chucks. Made out of Hemp from a local farm, these hi-tops or low-tops are the best sustainable shoe if you’re a fan of Converse or Vans. Hemp is an ecologically produced, sustainable, biodegradable material which is also extremely strong when woven. They’re super comfortable to wear and just launched! Be one of the firsts to show off your bohempia sneaks.

MATT & NAT – You may have thought they just made vegan handbags? Think again! Since their success, Matt & Nat has branched out to several accessories including vegan sneakers! Their collection is extremely trendy and you’ll probably want to get your feet in all of them. Check out their shop to find the one that’s right for you!

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  1. Awesome, I am always looking for sustainable brands as well as brands that have other ethical practices (fair pay, fair-trade, etc). I’ve heard of Matt + Nat but not any of these. I love Live FashionABLE. They are certainly not vegan, but their goal is to empower women from around the globe who make the products.

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