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11-11-2018 12:02 AM
FredericLavender
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Originally Posted by LeeRogers View Post
Anyone got a recommendation for non-leather, waterproof hiking boots? Does any manufacturer make these specifically?

They need to be rugged, mountain boots of typical standard.
Hey brother, not sure about hiking boots, but I have purchased boots from here as causal wear www.veenofs.com
11-10-2018 11:49 PM
FredericLavender
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Originally Posted by MichelleDod View Post
I've found it really time-consuming trying to find good vegan options for outdoor gear and recently came across a list of companies who make 100% vegan hiking boots. It on a website called Vegan Adventurist. Brands like Lowa, Merrell and La Sportiva.

Thought everyone would find it useful, as I know it can be hard finding vegan glues.
Hey MichelleDod, do you have that link of companies that make 100% vegan boots?
12-01-2017 06:14 AM
MichelleDod I've found it really time-consuming trying to find good vegan options for outdoor gear and recently came across a list of companies who make 100% vegan hiking boots. It on a website called Vegan Adventurist. Brands like Lowa, Merrell and La Sportiva.

Thought everyone would find it useful, as I know it can be hard finding vegan glues.
11-23-2012 05:38 PM
drowsyturtle I picked up a pair of decent, sturdy, waterproof boots in a supermarket for about £25 ($40). You've just got to keep your eyes open, they're about...
11-23-2012 11:03 AM
orb85750

These Vegetarian Shoes hikers are rugged, waterproof, made in Italy (not China), but rather pricey:

 

men's http://bit.ly/UPj0v8

 

women's http://bit.ly/10ruBqh

06-30-2011 04:58 PM
ElaineV Yes. Not sure if they're waterproof though because it doesn't rain often here.
06-30-2011 03:13 PM
LeeRogers Thanks, I did see those in a web search. Are they going okay?
06-29-2011 06:02 PM
ElaineV I have a pair of these
http://www.zappos.com/garmont-kiowa-vegan-sand
and I like them
but they're women's so I don't know if they'd work for you
06-29-2011 04:27 PM
LeeRogers Anyone got a recommendation for non-leather, waterproof hiking boots? Does any manufacturer make these specifically?

They need to be rugged, mountain boots of typical standard.

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