Looking for a solid pair of vegan chukka boots that look and feel great? We’ve got you covered. Here are 10 pairs that are free of leather and animal cruelty…
My favorite was #2. Never seen a Chukka boot quite like it!
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|Men’s Pleather Contrast Brown and Gray Chukka Boots by Giraldi||B+|
|Men’s Brown Textured Dress Casual Chukka Boots by Jazame||A+|
|Women’s Light Blue Chambray Canvas Chukka Ankle Boots by Bearpaw||A|
1. Men’s Black Vegan Leather Chukka Dress Boots by Will’s
- Men’s dapper chukka boot in black faux leather.
- It is made with a high-quality, environmentally-friendly design in Portugal.
- It appears to have a stacked rubber heel that should provide good traction.
- It is made with lace-up front with stitching details below the laces.
- Water-resistant with durable construction.
- It has cushioned insole for lots of support.
Advertised as vegan: Yes.
- Pros: Great vegan shoes for professional or special occasions. The classic look of these boots can go with anything from a suit to simple khaki pants. The natural water-resistance of the vegan leather means you won’t have to dodge a few droplets if you get caught in a drizzle.
- Cons: Pretty pricey — an investment.
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6. Men’s Dark Blue Faux Leather Chukka Boots with Brown Accents by J’aime Aldo
7. Women’s Boho Paisley Velvet Chukka Ankle Boots by Soft Style
- Women’s soft velvet chukka boot with a bohemian paisley pattern in copper and rust tones against a black background.
- It is secured with black laces with cute little tassels at the ends.
- It has a low black platform heel with white stitching around the outsole.
- The footbed has light padding to give your foot some cushion.
- Advertised as vegan: No, but the boots are made with man-made materials.
- Pros: Have adorable and unique boots that are sure to fetch compliments wherever you go. Wear black leggings or a simple dress to show off their distinctive design. Comfy enough for all-day wear.
- Cons: Some reviewers found them to be slightly rigid at the ankles.
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