Published November 29, 2021 by .
When the temperatures start to dip, you’ll want to bundle up while still making a style statement. It’s a good thing that fashion-forward vegan winter menswear options abound these days. Whether you’re shopping for a new coat, boots, or a backpack, you can stand up for sheep, cows, rabbits, and other animals killed for clothing by supporting vegan fashion.
Shop these vegan winter menswear staples:
The Zeppelin coat is a long-line piece that’s sure to become a staple in your winter wardrobe. From Noize’s Tezza & Cole collection, Zeppelin features timeless elements in a modern cut crafted in premium “PETA-Approved Vegan” wool.
Put your foot down on the modern world’s pervasive throwaway culture with these cult classics from the Palladium archives: the Pallashock Re-craft. They’re made with reclaimed cuts of fabric that were destined for the trash combined with a recycled sole construction. The chunky “sneakerboot” silhouette offers a tall, bold look with a futuristic mix of fabrics and textures, and best of all, these boots are “PETA-Approved Vegan.”
This company, a PETA Business Friend, has perfected the chic in a spacey men’s look. The glossy effect is straight from the silver side of the ’80s. The style is trendy and practical, as its vegan materials are waterproof and warm, and it features extra-large pockets.
This jacket is designed with bio-based Sorona insulation that mimics the warmth and feel of down, without hurting animals. Its recycled polyester shell and lining are made from post-consumer plastic bottles for ultimate vegan warmth.
The Bjorn Texon Terra from PETA Business Friend Akkoniq is a minimalist, “PETA-Approved Vegan,” super-light everyday backpack. The biodegradable vegan leather is made of sustainable wood pulp that’s rigid enough to keep its form, no matter what you pack inside.
PETA Business Friend Doshi has a wide variety of men’s “PETA-Approved Vegan” backpacks, briefcases, and accessories.
Wave goodbye to bunching and wedgies, and say hello to all-day comfort! PETA Business Friend Wama Underwear offers vegan boxer briefs.
Fashionable and job-site friendly, the Etna boots from PETA Business Friend NAE offer a not-going-anywhere men’s style.
Need a coat that makes a statement? The Hendrix, designed with warm vegan wool, is a great option. This bold look borrows from timeless peacoat shapes but keeps things contemporary with a removable inner collar. If you’re looking for something that’ll keep you seriously toasty in colder weather, the vegan wool should do the trick. Best of all, it’s certified “PETA-Approved Vegan.”
The ultra-soft fleece used for this vest is made of recycled polyester from post-consumer plastic bottles. The back pocket is a stylish addition, useful for cyclists and other outdoor wanderers.
This puffer has a timeless look with the luxurious feel of vegan suede, which will elevate your style without using the skin of gentle cows.
Men’s knitwear has arrived at the store! The cozy ribbed trim and relaxed, slouchy fit of this PETA U.K. award-winning company’s vegan sweaters will keep you warm and fashionable. They’re made from recycled polyester (from recycled clothes) and recycled cotton.
If you’re looking for a slim, simple wallet, this one might be your ideal solution. Crafted from premium cork, this “PETA-Approved Vegan” minimalist wallet makes it easy to keep your everyday essentials close by.
There’s no hide in it (get it?)—we love the “II” from Brave Gentleman. It’s made with high-tech polyurethane future-leather from Italy, certified by the European Union’s Ecolabel.
This belt is made with the innovative Desserto Cactus leather from PETA Business Friend Desserto. It’s durable, good-looking, and, of course, vegan.
This oversized, water-repellent jacket is filled with FLWRDWN, an innovative material made from wildflowers, which keeps you warm without stealing feathers from ducks and geese. It’s from H&M’s partnership with PETA, so you know that it’s made with animals in mind.
*These companies are 100% vegan.
When you’re searching for options on the racks or online, keep an eye out for the “PETA-Approved Vegan” logo. For more tips about ensuring that your closet is animal-friendly, check out our guide to vegan fashion: