Veganism is not only about food, is a lifestyle present in all the choices I make in my daily life. Is not only about not eating chicken and then buying clothes or shoes made of animal skin.
Leather, suede, wool, silk, mohair, cashmere, real fur and exotic skins like crocodile skin, obviously are all no-gos. However, it’s not only the leather or wool you need to look at when buying shoes, as some large retailers still use animal-derived glue in their products.
For me travel is not about the all-inclusive resort or organized tours, is about being present at the moment, taking part in the culture as much as possible and lose myself into the unknown. I travel independently, without a plan, because I like to decide at the moment and be able to catch all the small opportunities life throws at me.
I travel light, and I know that this style is surely not for everyone. It all ends in the difference between wanting things to needing things. So how many pair of shoes do you really need?
Shoes are probably the one item I normally don’t look at the cost too much because it’s so important that you have something good for your feet, the alignment of the spine, that alleviates strain on the lower back and allow you to walk in a healthier way.
When you travel you’re on your feet from dawn to dusk so comfort, quality and durability is everything.
I’ve been asked wich vegan brands are the best for travelling and to be honest there are a number of great shoe brands that are both comfortable, stylish and vegan.
Will’s vegan Store
Wills vegan store is a UK brand but they ship worldwide.
Will’s Vegan Store is brand dear to my heart because not also makes 100% vegan footwear but they are also ethically made and environmentally sustainable, so they really tick all the boxes.
Their shoes are all made in Portugal and Italy, so as you know I’m Portuguese and I can tell you that we are really good at making shoes, we are not just a sunny country with great beaches and good wine 🙂
When you order shoes from Will’s Vegan Store they arrive in sustainable, eco-friendly, and recyclable packaging.
In addition, they use a carbon-neutral supply chain, and their operations are carbon neutral. They also invests in renewable energy projects like wind power, hydropower, geothermal, solar power, and biomass.
Who doesn’t want to take part in such an amazing project…
What vegan eco-friendly shoes do you use when travelling?
*although I’m talking about a specific product I’m not being paid to write this article neither will get any compensation if you make a purchase*
5 thoughts on “The best Vegan Shoe Brand for intrepid travellers (UK)”
I haven’t heard about this brand before, sounds amazing 🙂
Hi have the Huarache Footbed Sandals they are super comfortable!!
Packing light is what we are all about! Great read and very helpful
Love it <3
wow sounds great, I’ve looking for a nice brand o buy my shoes from.. I love the fact that they are ethically made and environmentally sustainable!! Amazing