Moo Shoes

Moo Shoes

Moo Shoes Moo Shoes specializes in cruelty-free vegan shoes, belts, and wallets. Their site says they offer the largest variety of vegan shoes and accessories in the world. They also have a selection of sweatshop free and fair-trade brands. The FAQ page states that they have been assured by the companies they work with that their products are made under fair labor practices, but this may not be enough. If it is not clearly stated on the product page, don’t hesitate to contact Moo Shoes for more information.

Moo Shoes is based out of New York City and ship worldwide.

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From Moo Shoes FAQ page:

Fair labor is a very important concern to us. Many of our products are made in union factories in Western Europe, Australia, Canada, and the US. There are exceptions to this but we are very careful to address this issue with all of our manufacturers. Every company we work with has assured us that their products are made under fair labor standards. We are more than happy to provide you with more information about any of the manufacturers we carry if you just drop us an email at info@mooshoes.com. We try to include the country of origin on all of our product descriptions so that our customers can make an informed decision about any possible purchases.

http://www.mooshoes.com/category.cfm/Vegan/vegan-sales-clearance/displaycount/240

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3 Comments on "Moo Shoes"

  1. http://www.solerebelsfootwear.co/
    SoleRebels is a great Fair Trade shoe company!

  2. Your statement on labor is not enough. I was going to buy your shoes for my whole family. You have to guarantee the labor practices, not “the companies have assured us” that is an excuse. Sorry, humans matter as much as animals, get with it.

    • Well said! We’ll be working on new posts that talk about “Sweatshop Free” as a trend that companies are trying to capitalize on by saying “the factories promised us the conditions are good”. That is not enough to claim sweatshop free or humane manufacturing. Would you be interested in writing a guest post for the site about your feelings on this subject?

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