7 Eco-Friendly (And Mostly Vegan!) Winter Boots to Conquer Snow, Slush

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10 Responses to “7 Eco-Friendly (And Mostly Vegan!) Winter Boots to Conquer Snow, Slush”

  1. EcoCloset says:

    So cool – love them!

  2. MsKristiina says:

    Are the sorels vegan?

  3. pris.arch says:

    Sorel’s arent vegan, I’ve sold some… And they are made in Asia, no longer made in Québec, Ca…We don’t really know if they are fare trade and all… All I know, is from experience, they only last 2 years tops, then the canvas usually cracks…

  4. memma80 says:

    Please see The North Face’s Down Policy. I wouldn’t describe Down as vegan.

  5. Jasmin Malik Chua says:

    Hence our “mostly vegan” disclaimer.

  6. hayley99 says:

    Vegan means 100% animal free, therefore “mostly vegan” doesn’t make any sense. It’s either vegan or it’s just slightly more environmentaly friendly than regular brands. Not that there’s anything wrong with that, but using the term vegan in this article is a little misleading.

  7. Jasmin Malik Chua says:

    “Mostly vegan” as in most of the boots we featured are vegan. Not “this boot is mostly vegan”.

  8. alejandraq says:

    I think they mean that besides being Eco friendly they’re vegan

  9. jewelsky0 says:

    No Sorel is anything but vegan! Coyote fur trim on their jackets and coats, brimming with goose down.

  10. jewelsky0 says:

    Sure these companies may make animal fur and skin free boots, but they sell other items that are adorned with animal fur and insulated with feathers. Careful where you buy from if you are serious about animal cruelty.

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