Best Sustainable Boots for Men – AskMen

Feel Good About What’s on Your Feet With the Best Sustainable Boots

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Now more than ever, we’re more conscious of the ethical practices companies use to create the products we use every day. And we should be. We want to know the companies and products we’re supporting are doing good for the world. We’re choosing to support these organizations with our buying power, whether we realize it or not.

Sustainable practices are becoming more commonplace, creating more variety and unique merchandise that we can feel good about buying. Sustainability is about creating a process that can be maintained without contributing harm for the future. In fashion, it’s about ensuring the items themselves are made from renewable materials as well as being transparent about the production cycle and off-setting emissions within that process.

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And with cold weather already here or approaching soon, what better place to showcase sustainability than with boots? From boots made of recycled plastic threading to sustainable leather and algae foam, these are the shoes you can feel good about wearing.

Merino Chelsea Boot by Rothy’s


Rothy’s has been making gorgeous sustainable shoes for years. This merino Chelsea boot is knit from merino wool and their signature thread made from plastic water bottles. One of the best features: these are fully machine washable, so you can easily clean them. The Rothy’s factory will also become zero-waste in 2022, so you can feel good knowing you’re supporting true sustainability.

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The Trench Boot by Taylor Stitch

Taylor Stitch

Yes, leather is sustainable, and can even be more sustainable than other popular products. This buttery boot from Taylor Stitch is made from responsibly-sourced leather and is 100% resoleable. It’s extremely durable, beautifully crafted and can live with you from graduation to retirement.

$348 at

The Desert Boot by Everlane


Everlane is known for its ethical practices. The Desert Boot is made of stunning suede and a 94.2% virgin-plastic-free sneaker sole. Everlane also has transparent pricing, showing prices of materials, labor, transport and other costs that go into making each product, so you can easily understand the reasons behind the price.

$125 at

Redwood Falls Boot by Timberland


Timberland’s Redwood Falls lace-up boots are sleek and sustainable. They’re made from a waterproof eco-friendly leather upper and ReBOTL™ recycled fabric lining, a fabric made from at least 40% recycled plastic. Showing versatility, these boots are ready for nice dinners and happy hours, but they’re also prepared for tough weather.

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