Men's Sustainable Vegan Boots
Browse our collection of stylish men's vegan boots, made entirely cruelty-free using sustainable vegan materials including apple leather, cactus leather, grape leather, Pinatex pineapple leather, bio-based leather made from corn, and recycled materials.
Our carefully selected men's vegan boot range includes vegan cowboy boots, vegan chelsea boots, vegan sports & hiking boots, vegan ankle boots, vegan dock boots, vegan work boots and vegan brogue boots.
For more great men's vegan fashion, explore our popular collections of men's vegan shoes, men's vegan trainers, men's vegan bags, men's vegan clothing, men's vegan coats & jackets, vegan wallets & cardholders, men's belts, and men's watches.
- Brand Location_*United Kingdom
- Brand Location_France
- Brand Location_Germany
- Brand Location_Poland
- Brand Location_Portugal
- Brand_Collection and Co
- Brand_Good Guys Don't Wear Leather
- Brand_Humans Are Vain
- Brand_Minuit sur Terre
- Brand_NAE Vegan Shoes
- Brand_NOAH - Italian Vegan Shoes
- Ships to_* Europe
- Ships to_* United Kingdom
- Ships to_* United States
- Ships to_Australia
- Ships to_Australia & NZ
- Ships to_Canada
- Ships to_Rest of World
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How do you take care of vegan leather boots?
Take care of vegan leather boots as you would do with animal leather: avoid excessive heat or exposure to the sun; don’t leave the items out in damp conditions; avoid drying vegan leather out rapidly to prevent cracking; and treat with vegan shoe cream or vegan shoe protector, both of which we sell.
Can vegan leather be polished?
Yes, vegan leather can be polished, although not vegan suede of course. To keep your vegan shoes or boots looking shiny and new, we recommend using polish or cream that is either colourless or the same colour as the shoes.
Can vegan suede get wet?
Yes, vegan suede can get wet but we would not recommend wearing softer vegan leather materials like vegan suede in the rain.
Is vegan leather easy to clean?
Yes. We recommend using warm water, a little washing-up liquid and a damp non-abrasive cloth. For stubborn stains, use a soft brush. Follow up by drying off with a soft cloth such as a microfibre cloth. This stops everyday marks from building up and keeps the boots looking new.