17 Most Stylish Vegan Clogs All Fashionistas Need in Their Closet


Images Clockwise from Upper Left: Good Guys Don’t Wear Leather; Thesus; Xôcoi; Bhava; Hunter; Stella McCartney

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Clogs, clogs, and more clogs.

The Y2K shoe trend is back and while the classic clogs are typically leather with a wooden sole, these days, clogs come in a variety of styles and, thankfully, there’s no shortage of vegan clogs.

Whether you’re looking for the iconic wooden-soled Swedish style clogs; platform, sandal, or heeled versions; or rubber ones to take from the garden to the streets, I’ve covered the best vegan clogs of all these styles (in no particular order) below.

And if the brand’s website didn’t explicitly say their clogs were 100% vegan, I reached out to them to confirm, so you don’t have to.

Good Guys Don’t Wear Leather | Swedish Style Vegan Wooden Clogs


Source | Good Guys Don’t Wear Leather

If you’ve been desperately searching for a veganized version of the iconic Swedish clogs, then here is a great option. These swoon-worthy vegan clogs were born from a collaboration between this Peta-Approved vegan brand and the Swedish brand Troentorp.

A match made in heaven if you ask me!

They offer both slip-on styles (with or without a heel) as well as a closed-back model, and some styles are available in men’s sizes.

They even have vegan clog boots, if that tickles your fancy.

Classic in every way and indistinguishable from the leather version, these vegan leather clogs won’t disappoint.

Click the link below to shop all their styles while your size is still in stock and use my personal discount code HARMFREEFASHION to save 15%.

Price Range | $129 – $150 / £99 – £115 / 119€ – 139€

Discount Code | HARMFREEFASHION for 15% off

Styles | Wooden clogs: classic, heeled, closed back

Sizes | Unisex Sizes EU 36 – 42; Women’s US 6 – 11.5; Men’s US 7.5 – 9

Brand Headquarters | France

International Shipping | Yes

Xôcoi | Vegan Platform Rubber Clogs


Source | Xôcoi

A clear sucker for all things pastel, what’s not to love about these designer platform vegan clogs? They come in all sorts of fun colors (as well as neutral tones), so whether or not you want them to be the showstopper is up to you.

While there’s no mention of their shoes being vegan on the website, I was able to confirm with the brand that all their shoes are 100% vegan.

Price Range | ~$146 – $271 / ~£114 – £211 / 135€ – 250€

Styles | Platform rubber clogs

Sizes | Women’s US 5 – 9.5 (EU 35 – 41)

Brand Headquarters | Italy

International Shipping | Yes

Will’s Vegan Store | Vegan Mule Clogs


Source | Will’s Vegan Store

This cork footbed clog with vegan leather (or vegan suede) uppers is similar in design to Birkenstock’s Boston shoe but this version comes from a 100% vegan company.

Easy to style and super comfortable to wear, this vegan leather mule-style clog is a smart choice.

They’re available in both men’s and women’s sizes and in either brown vegan leather or black vegan suede. (And for my German-speaking audience, this brand’s website is available in German to make shopping that much easier.)

Price Range | $112 – $124 / £79 – £87 / 97€ – 108€

Styles | Vegan mule clog

Sizes | Women’s US 5 – 10 (EU 36 – 42); Men’s US 7.5 – 12 (EU 40 – 46)

Brand Headquarters | UK

International Shipping | Yes

Novacas | Vegan Wooden Clogs


Source | Novacas

These wooden clog models come to you from the in-house brand of the vegan retailer MooShoes.

They offer a classic mule style as well as a heeled vegan clog sandal option. Both models feature a heel strap so they’ll comfortably stay in place, whether you’re out shopping or having brunch with friends.

Wear these Novacas clogs with a jean skirt or denim shorts.

Price Range | $160 – $170 / ~£130 – £138 / ~152€ – 161€

Styles | Wooden heeled sandals & heel strap non leather clogs

Sizes | Women’s US 5 – 11 (EU 36 – 42)

Brand Headquarters | USA

International Shipping | Yes

Stella McCartney | Rubber Vegan Platform Clogs


Source | Stella McCartney

The luxury fashion designer brings you two fabulous vegan clog options. I especially like the oversized chain detailing. It reminds me of the leather mules from JW Anderson I seem to see everywhere, so I appreciate this design element being an option on a vegan style shoe. And as they’re black, you could style them with everything.

As with anything from this designer, these are splurge items so they won’t be for everyone’s budget but you can often find them discounted on sites such as .

Price Range | $725 – $835 / £525 – £545 / 545€ – 595€

Styles | Platform rubber clog with or without faux fur

Sizes | Women’s US 5 – 11 (EU 35 – 41)

Brand Headquarters | UK

International Shipping | Yes

Thesus | Vegan Cork Footbed Clog


Source | Thesus

This vegan-friendly brand (they use wool) brings you a casual and laid-back clog with a comfy cork footbed that can be worn for a stroll in the woods or a picnic in the park.

These vegan mule clogs come in three neutral colors including (my personal favorite) the sage green pictured above.

Style with floral dresses, cropped jeans, or Bermuda shorts.

Price | $138 / ~£112 / ~131€

Styles | Cork footbed mule clog

Sizes | Women’s US 6 – 10.5 (EU 36 – 42)

Brand Headquarters | USA

International Shipping | Yes

Bhava | Wooden Vegan Sandal Clogs


Source | Bhava

This vegan brand offers a few different sandal styles that add height without sacrificing comfort. The wooden vegan sandal clogs dreams are made of.

Dress up with whimsical dresses or style down with wide-leg jeans.

Price | $265 / ~£206 / ~245€

Styles | Wooden sandal clogs

Sizes | Women’s US 5 – 11 (EU 35 – 41)

Brand Headquarters | USA

International Shipping | Yes

Hunter | Vegan Rubber Clogs


Source | Hunter

The vegan-friendly brand (they use leather) that’s known for their rubber boots, now offers some certified 100% vegan models, including a collection of rubber clogs.

I love their take on the vegan garden clog and would style them with socks and a girly dress. Whether you want to play in the dirt or strut the sidewalk, you’ll feel cool sporting these babies. They’re sure to add an unexpected touch to any street-style fit.

Price Range | $75 – $95 / ~£61 – £77 / ~71€ – 90€

Styles | Rubber garden clog & thick rubber-soled clogs

Sizes | Women’s US 5 – 11 (EU 36 – 43); Men’s US 7 – 13 (EU 39 – 47)

Brand Headquarters | UK

International Shipping | Yes

Mireia Playà | Vegan Suede Wood Clog


Source | Mireia Playà

If you love ‘70s style, then this bedazzled clog in vegan suede from this Peta-Approved vegan brand should make you feel weak in the knees. 

Style these vegan platform clogs with dark-wash flared jeans or a boho-style dress.

Price | $160 / ~£125 / 145€

Discount Code | HARMFREEFASHION for 10% off

Styles | Faux suede wooden clog

Sizes | Women’s US 6 – 10; (EU 36 – 41)

Brand Headquarters | Spain

International Shipping | Limited to USA & European Union

Maguba | Vegan Wooden Clogs


Source | Maguba

This vegan-friendly brand (they use leather) has some vegan alternative wooden clog options, including a slip-on version as well as a sandal option.

Style with socks now and ditch them as the weather starts to break.

Price | $100 / ~£81 / ~95€

Styles | Wooden heeled sandal & slip-on clog

Sizes | Women’s US 6 – 11 (EU 36 – 41)

Brand Headquarters | Sweden

International Shipping | Yes

Merry People | Vegan Rubber Garden Clogs


Source | Merry People

These classic rubber garden clogs from the vegan-friendly (they use wool) Australian brand are not yet available in the USA but they should be coming around October (as well as in other color options) so this is one to save for the wishlist.

Price Range | $173 – $187 / £122 – £131 / 151€ – 162€

Sizes | Women’s US 5 – 10 (EU 36 – 42) ; Men’s US 7.5 – 13 (EU 40 – 47)

Brand Headquarters | Australia

International Shipping | Yes

Final Thoughts

Clogs are definitely a trending style these days and there’s no reason us vegans should have to miss out. And with this curated selection of vegan clog beauties you don’t need to.

I hope you found this guide to vegan clogs useful. I know a few of these clogs are on my wishlist!

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Michelle Rothenburger

Michelle Rothenburger is a vegan fashion blogger whose work has been featured in such publications as Marie Claire, InStyle, Woman & Home, and Vilda. Find out more by reading Michelle’s full story (from bullied to fashion influencer) and feel free to send her a personal message.


What are vegan clogs?

Vegan clogs are just like regular clogs except that they are manufactured without the use of any animal materials (leather, suede, silk, wool, animal-based glues, etc.).

Are Crocs vegan?

The Croc company went 100% vegan at the end of 2021 so all their models (including their fuzzy styles) are now vegan.

Can you buy Dansko vegan clogs?

No, vegan Dansko’s don’t exist. A search on their website produced no vegan models and I received an email from the brand confirming this.

Does Birkenstock have vegan clogs?

Yes, you can find vegan Birkenstock clogs! Birkenstock currently carries a few of their clog models (specifically their Boston clog and Amsterdam slip-on clogs) in vegan versions as well as their newer style (Super Birki vegan) in vegan polyurethane (PU).

Does Birkenstock have a vegan leather version of their Boston slip-on clog?

Does Birkenstock have a vegan (wool-free) version of their Amsterdam slip-on clog?

Yes, Birkenstock offers a vegan version of their Amsterdam slip-on clog.

What are some brands that offer vegan clogs?

Are the Simon Miller bubble clogs 100% vegan?

No, the bubble clogs by Simon Miller are NOT 100% vegan. I contacted the support team and asked whether the glue and dyes used were in their footwear is vegan. I was told that “it’s just the main leather that’s vegan.”

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