Published by PETA.

The ever-growing demand for stylish cruelty-free fashion is being heard—this time by Birkenstock. After debuting vegan leather versions of the popular Arizona, Gizeh, and Boston styles in the U.S. last year, the well-known footwear company has since added new vegan styles and colors, and we’re obsessed.

Birkenstock’s vegan collection is “produced with animal-friendly, ecologically-sound and sustainable materials” such as a cork-latex footbed, synthetic Birko-Flor straps, and sturdy EVA soles.

In addition to the durable Arizona slides, trendy Gizeh thongs, and comfy Boston clogs, the company now offers vegan leather versions of the stylish Madrid and Mayari sandals. Discover all the compassionate styles, and shop away—before they sell out.


The crisscross straps of the Mayari sandal will elevate any look from casual to stylish, while the original anatomically shaped footbed ensures that comfort isn’t compromised. It’s available in three vegan leather shades—Anthracite, Bordeaux, and classy Stone:


The original Birkenstock sandal—the Madrid—is highly versatile. Whether you’re sporting jeans, shorts, or a dress, the iconic, minimalist design pairs perfectly with just about any outfit. The vegan slides are available in three shades—Anthracite, Stone, and sleek Olive:


This is the classic Birkenstock, with two buckled straps—but in this case, vegan leather takes the place of suede. Barefoot or clad in socks, you can’t go wrong with these quintessential slides, which are available in six kinds of vegan leather—Microfiber Anthracite, Pull Up Anthracite, Cocoa Brown, Olive, Stone, and snazzy Bordeaux:


It’s time to schedule that pedicure, because this style shows all the toes. The vegan Gizeh thong is available in this classic navy blue:


For full coverage, you’ll want these cruelty-free clogs. Throw on some wool-free socks for a style-meets-comfort look. The vegan Boston is available in two shades—Anthracite and warm Cocoa Brown:

You’ll need something to wear with those good-looking sandals, of course, so here’s a list of eco-clothing brands that you should know about.

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