We've not changed our Sneaker Boots much since they first launched in 2016.
Like most models in our permanent collection, we've just made tweaks and adjustments along the way to make them the best vegan Sneaker Boots we know how.
Having a permanent collection allows us to refine our footwear, accessories and clothing. We work on making them comfier, update them with the latest vegan sustainable materials as they become available and work on making them last as long as possible.
The latest update we've made to these Sneaker Boots is to the linings.
They are now lined with our signature two-tone grey Tencel™ and organic cotton weave.
It's really soft to the touch, and allows socks or no socks. The linings help air circulate, and they wick moisture keeping your feet dry and hygienic.
Another thing is the tan rubber outsoles on the bottom now have recycled content. You'll see this in the flecks of material contained within them.
Apart from that, nothing has changed.
Same sidewall stitching on the outsoles. Same stitching details throughout the uppers. Same deep squishy insoles with recycled content. Same comfy fit with supportive padded ankles. The same attention to detail you can expect from WVS, from the metal lace tips to the super-strong laces made from recycled polyester to the WVS emboss on the lounge and outside to finish.
- Cut from Italian vegan leather made with 69% biobased content.
- Flexible, grippy and durable sidewall stitched rubber outsoles with recycled content. You'll see this in the flecks of material contained within them.
- Deep and squishy insoles made with recycled content.
- Lined with our signature two-tone grey Tencel™ and organic cotton weave. It's really soft to the touch and allows socks or no socks. The linings help air circulate, and they wick moisture keeping your feet dry and hygienic.
- Comfy and supportive padded ankles.
- Strong laces made with recycled polyester with recycled lace tips.
Ethics & Sustainability
This product is certified carbon-neutral
It's delivered to you through our carbon-neutral supply chain in paper and cardboard packaging
You can return it free of charge for 365 days with our paperless carbon-neutral returns service
Use our return to recycle service when this product's at its end of life
Always and forever vegan
Made in Portugal
Liked the design of them and at first was a bit skeptical of how they would fit, but I ordered true to size and honestly I cannot be more in love with these shoes. I was looking for something of this specific style and I found exactly what I was looking for. Extremely comfortable and well built!
I had an email exchange with Aarti and would like to thank him for the great customer service.
I had thought back and forth about whether I should order the same shoes a size smaller. I'm usually an 8-8.5 in shoes. Adidas / Nike / Barefootshoes.
When I had the sneakers in size 8 here, my little toes hurt and my upper left foot hurt as soon as the material started to get bend. I had a fair amount of space at the front and even with thicker socks the shoes weren't comfortable. Well I blamed the shoes. Hey, at least we know that the industry outside mass-produces clothing and shoes and the main thing is that they get everything sold. I don't feel like ordering cheap goods. Spending my money on clothes I don't like. Or go to stores that sell cheap goods to save money.
But I needed a pair of sneakers and went to the Adidas website. I ordered a few and sent them back too. I felt the seam on my big toe and it was very uncomfortable. Then the sneakers came from Will's vegan store and I was unhappy with them too.
Then I ordered the Wills´sneakers a size smaller, but of course it took a while until they got here and a few others from Adidas have since arrived.
As soon as I walked with them, I felt friction at the back of the heels and the soles of my feet hurt. My God, this can't all be true. Normally I haven't had any problems with Adidas. But I've become a fan of barefoot shoes because they're foot-shaped, not shoe-shaped. I've been walking around in them all the time for the last 8 months. Even in the gym I only wear them because they are so light and extremely comfortable. I've gotten so used to the fact that my toes are no longer squashed and I have a lot of space in the shoes. Above all, I wanted a straight sole.
But I needed some for winter and saw the London Style from Will's Vegan Store and thought they were pretty stylish. Aarti said I should give the sneakers a chance because I won't regret it. So should I go to a size 7?
I couldn't imagine that they would fit.
They arrived a few days ago, I tried them on and and they fit like a glove.
I walked around outside for a bit today and finally I'm in love with them :-D. Yes, they feel great and I think the shoes are very well made.
So, please forgive my review below.
What did I learn from it? My ego was too fast !
I've worn them a few times now, and my feet don't feel comfortable in the shoes yet. When I roll my left foot, the surface where my toes start hurts a lot. The material of the shoes is not really soft. I can't walk barefoot in them because I can feel the seam on my big toe on my right foot. I think it's a material mistake. My little toes on both feet also hurt a bit whe walking. I also put on socks, and things are a little better.
But I think the shoes are very stylish and look great.
But our shoe world is so full of shoes that are not always tailored to all of our feet. I have worn many and have been very spoiled since I found out about barefootshoes.com.
I don't wear anything else in the gym and I wear them most of the time outside. But I wanted to try others again and ordered the sneakers. I don't know what I'm doing yet. Give them a chance or send them back.
Nice and comfortable. Usually buy size 37, but with these boots, had to get 36. Not worn them in the rain yet, but I guess they will keep my feet dry and warm.
I have had these boots for over 2 years now and they have held up great! I really like them! They are comfortable and sturdy, and also keep my feet warm during NY winters. I have found that they run large though, so I ended up getting them two sizes down. I’m usually a size 39 and had to get these in a size 37.