Cape Clogs adds vegan to the menu

As an editorial staff that likes to admire funny animal GIFS (during our lunch break), we couldn’t be happier to hear that Cape Clogs is expanding its vegan range.

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As an editorial staff that likes to admire funny animal GIFS (during our lunch break), we couldn’t be happier to hear that Cape Clogs is expanding its vegan range.

The animal-friendly clogs, made with synthetic manufacturing and non-leather materials, are identical to their genuine counterparts and keeps the signature Scandi style fully intact. Cape Clogs founder Pamela Irving sees a growing trend of consumers taking a more socially conscious approach to their buying habits and lifestyle. “With the hype of organics, solar power and electrical cars, [vegan footwear] falls into that category,” she explains. 

Styles span traditional clog silhouettes to criss cross sandals and come in a trove of punchy springtime colors and trendy prints, including leopard, ditsy flowers and patriotic stars. Prices range from $80 to $95. 

 

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Cape Clogs adds vegan to the menu.

As an editorial staff that likes to admire funny animal GIFS (during our lunch break), we couldn’t be happier to hear that Cape Clogs is expanding its vegan range.

As an editorial staff that likes to admire funny animal GIFS (during our lunch break), we couldn’t be happier to hear that Cape Clogs is expanding its vegan range.

The animal-friendly clogs, made with synthetic manufacturing and non-leather materials, are identical to their genuine counterparts and keeps the signature Scandi style fully intact. Cape Clogs founder Pamela Irving sees a growing trend of consumers taking a more socially conscious approach to their buying habits and lifestyle. “With the hype of organics, solar power and electrical cars, [vegan footwear] falls into that category,” she explains. 

Styles span traditional clog silhouettes to criss cross sandals and come in a trove of punchy springtime colors and trendy prints, including leopard, ditsy flowers and patriotic stars. Prices range from $80 to $95. 

 

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