If you’re looking for a pair of sneakers that are vegan-friendly, you’re in luck. A number of brands offer a selection of attractive styles that are cruelty-free. To help you narrow down your search, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite women’s options from well-respected brands like Toms and Saucony. Our top picks are all designed with canvas and imitation materials, as opposed to animal hides like leather or suede. And whether you prefer a traditional lace-up or slip-on-style, there’s bound to be an option here you’ll want to add to your wardrobe.
1. Saucony Originals Jazz Low Pro Sneaker
This Saucony vegan sneaker has a canvas and hemp upper with contrast stitching.
Pros: A cushioned mesh interior and a roomy toe box enhance comfort. An EVA midsole absorbs shock, while a triangular-lug rubber outsole provides durable traction.
Cons: Some users may prefer a style with more arch support.
2. Cambridge Select Slip-On Sneaker
These vegan slip-ons feature man-made materials like imitation suede and faux leather. They come in a wide assortment of colorways, finishes and prints, including cheetah and snakeskin.
Pros: The flatform sole is cushiony and lightweight. A padded footbed and collar boost comfort. The silhouette makes them easy to put on and take off.
Cons: These tend to run slightly narrow.
3. Toms Cordones Cupsole Sneaker
True to Toms' aesthetic, the brand's Cordones sneaker features a durable canvas upper and rubber outsole.
Pros: The shoe's liner is also made of canvas for breathability. A removable OrthoLite insole increases comfort. In addition to dusty pink, these are available in gray, beige and black. As part of the brand's One for One policy, with every pair of shoes you purchase, Toms will give a new pair of shoes to a child in need.
Cons: Some wearers may find these run small.
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