The Best Vegan Leather Belts

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We have quite a few options for vegan leather belts these days.

To help you navigate through the options, I put together a list of the best brands and belts for different budgets and locations.

If you’re looking for a specific type of belt that you don’t see, feel free to leave a comment at the end and I’ll let you know if I’ve seen anything you might like.

Truth Belts

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For higher end vegan belts, this is about the best option you’ll find if you live in North America.

There are several belts for both men and women, and while not the cheapest, they’re high quality.

It’s also nice to know that Truth Belts only makes vegan products, so you don’t need to worry about any hidden non-vegan material.

SlideBelts’ Classic Belt

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In the more mid-range price range, SlideBelts has a few options.

They’re not the most flashy, but their faux leather belts are comfortable, look fairly good, and are more durable than options of a comparable price.

Nickel Buckle Faux Leather Belt [Best Budget Option]

cheap vegan leather belt

If you’re looking for a cheap, plain faux leather belt, this is a good option.

You can cut it to fit any size, it comes in many colors, and it’s decent quality considering the price.

The manufacturer also makes it clear that the materials in this belt are cruelty-free and vegan friendly.

DG Hill Braided Faux Leather Belts

dg hill vegan leather braided belt

DG Hill makes extremely cheap belts.

Obviously they won’t last forever, but they’re some of the few vegan braided belts that you can find.

It comes in a variety of colors, and is unisex.

Matt & Nat Belts (for women)

matt and natt vegan leather belts

For a final option, Matt & Nat is a well-known vegan clothing brand. They make all sorts of things, including…belts!

They don’t have the biggest selection of vegan belts, they are mainly just skinny belts. Still, an option you might want to consider.

About the author

Dale C.

Your friendly neighborhood vegan from Toronto. Chemical engineer turned semi-professional soccer player and freelance writer. Trying to do my small part in making the world better by writing about the wonderful world of veganism.

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