Sustainable rainboots that will keep your feet dry

Ok guys, my last post was about sustainable raincoats, so I figured I HAD to talk about sustainable rainboots too. I know it’s only a matter of weeks before it starts snowing in Norway but I’m sure this post will be helpful for those of you who live further down South. If you come from a place where it rains often, you know how important it is to keep your feet dry and comfy. when it’s really pouring, regular boots might not be enough. So here are my favorite vegan and sustainable rainboots of the season.

The sustainable rainboots I wear: Lemon Jelly

Lemon Jelly is a vegan and sustainable brand from Portugal that makes super stylish boots with a signature lemon scent. I actually ordered a pair last year I can only recommend them! They are as comfortable as regular shoes and to be honest, I like them so much that I don’t wait for rainy days to wear them.

The ones we all know: Matt & Natt

In the world of vegan and sustainable fashion, I don’t think Matt & Natt needs to be introduced anymore. Although, the brand is from Canada, their products are easily available around the world, which is a huge plus. I discovered them through their handbags, but it turns out they also have some pretty cool shoes and that includes rainboots

From Denmark, with love: Ilse Jacobsen

Wanna know what one of the best things about living in Scandinavia is? Scandinavian fashion. Ilse Jacobsen is from Denmark and her boots are one of the lastest additions to my wishlist. I have really grown fond of their signature look. They are made from natural rubber and guess what? They’re also vegan!

Sustainable rainboots from hemp: Plasticana

hemp rainboots
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This one blew my mind! Also, brag moment: this is a French brand. But yeah, did you know you could make plastic using hemp? That’s what Plasticana does. When you mix hemp fibers with vinyl, you get a rubber like material that is perfect to make boots. They come in the natural color given by hemp and I find that really, really cool. The brand doesn’t have its own e-shop but the shoes are available on several websites

Cool girl boots: Melissa shoes

Vegan, sustainable, stylish, collabs, bubble gum scent and Brazilian. That pretty much sums up Melissa Shoes. They have been around since the 80’s and they are now shifting to a more sustainable model. They use recycled materials to make recyclable shoes, you know the drill. Also, they may or may not have awesome alligator model for kids that may or may not fit adults. Just saying.