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Looking for a warm vegan coat for winter this year? In this guide, I share some of the best vegan parka brands for women and men in 2021.
Whether you’re looking for a vegan parka with a faux-fur trim and prefer a longer length, or you need one that’s waterproof or to wear in below-freezing temperatures, there’s something for you in this list, no matter your budget.
Most warm parka coats are insulated with down feather often derived from the painful and cruel process of live-plucking geese and ducks. Thankfully there are more humane and animal-free down alternatives on the market. Some are even more environmentally-friendly than the animal version, like insulation made from recycled plastic bottles!
There are also some eco-fashion labels that use recycled down made from recycled fill from down comforters and pillows. I love the idea of taking something that would have gone to the landfill and giving it another life. But some vegans don’t feel comfortable wearing clothes that contain any animal products whatsoever, so in this post, I’m sharing some vegan parka options made without any animal materials.
QUICK TIP: Animal materials to look out for in winter coats include down, fur, leather, wool, suede, shearling lining.
Vegan Parka & Winter Coats
Below is a list of fashion labels offering a range of vegan parkas. With the exception of For All Kind, all of the other brands offer styles for men and women. Note that only brands with the 100% Vegan label means they’re a vegan company offering all vegan products.
I’ve also noted where each brand is based out of, in case you wanted to support and buy locally.
- Save the Duck (Italy) – 100% Vegan
- Noize (Canada) – 100% Vegan
- For All Kind (Canada) – 100% Vegan
- Alpine North (Canada) – 100% Vegan
- Everlane (US) – ReNew Collection is all vegan
- Frank and Oak (Canada)
- Wuxly (Canada) – 100% Vegan
- Embassy of Bricks and Logs (Germany) – 100% Vegan
- Ecoalf (Spain)
- ThokkThokk (Germany) – 100% Vegan
- Norden (Canada) – 100% Vegan
- Rains (Denmark) – 100% Vegan
- Bleed (Germany) – 100% Vegan
- Finisterre (UK)
Save the Duck
Price Range: $228-598
Save the Duck designs 100% animal-free and cruelty-free outerwear, replacing goose down with state-of-the-art technology, PLUMTECH®. As a result, Save the Duck vegan coats and parkas are warmer, more breathable, and lighter than down-filled coats. They also have an extensive range of men’s and women’s vegan winter coats to shop from.
Price Range: $205-299
Noize is based in Montreal, Canada and has become one of the most popular vegan outerwear brands in 2021 with a great selection of vegan parka, puffer, and winter coats designed for all occasions. All of their coats’ insulation fill are made entirely from reclaimed and repurposed recycled plastic bottles. Many of their men and women parka styles come with a removable vegan fur trim or detachable hood and Noize has inclusive sizing.
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For All Kind
Price Range: $395-695
For All Kind is a Canadian-based vegan fashion brand with a couple of stylish and luxurious vegan parka and winter coats for women. I really like the fit, silhouette, and style of their outerwear and I’m especially excited for the release of their Moss Parka in black. Their warm winter coats are filled with PrimaLoft Gold Insulation, the highest performing synthetic down made from 55% post-consumer recycled content.
If you like discounts, use code ‘ETHICALELEPHANT’ to receive 10% off your order.
Price Range: $129-149
Alpine North is based out of Montreal, Canada, and offers a collection of vegan down alternative coats for men and women that were specifically designed to protect you from even the harshest, coldest, and wettest weather. Alpine North also offers inclusive sizes.
Price Range: $165-198
Everlane’s ReNew Collection contains several styles of vegan parka, long puffers, and winter coats for women and men. As part of Everlane’s ReNew collection, these coats are made entirely from 100% recycled fabric and filled with 100% recycled high-performance PrimaLoft insulation.
*Note: not all of Everlane coats are vegan as some are made with recycled down materials and they’re labelled as “ReDown”.
Frank and Oak
Price Range: $299-749
Frank and Oak is an eco-friendly clothing brand from Canada. The brand produces timeless essentials with a focus on minimalism and intentional designs. Frank and Oak has a range of parkas and winter coats for men and women in various colors, lengths, and styles. Their vegan-friendly performance coats are also filled with featherless insulation to ensure no animals were harmed in order to keep you warm this season.
*Note: Frank and Oak is not an entirely vegan brand as they do have items made with animal materials like leather and wool. However, their current parkas are made from recycled polyester and therefore vegan-friendly.
Price Range: $599-1,299
Wuxly’s sustainable coats are proudly designed and made in Canada. Wuxly Movement uses the latest environmentally-friendly and accredited materials that are BlueSign approved to make their high-quality and durable vegan parka and coats. Their outerwear are filled with PrimaLoft® Gold, the best goose-down alternative on the market, made from 55% post consumer recycled content.
Embassy of Bricks and Logs
Price Range: €280-460
Embassy of Bricks and Logs is a young, European brand delivering premium outerwear with a conscience since 2015. Merging contemporary and streetwear with functional designs, the eco-fashion label has created a unique collection of vegan outerwear including a range of parka and winter coats in cool tones and silhouettes.
Price Range: $585
Ecoalf is a sustainable, Spanish fashion brand creating clothing and outerwear made entirely from recycled materials. Ecoalf offers vegan winter coats and parka for men and women in a range of styles, lengths, and colors. At Ecoalf, they believe in investing in timeless, quality pieces that transcend seasons and trends. So their timeless styles were designed and made to last while utilizing the latest sustainable materials.
*Note: Ecoalf is not a 100% vegan brand as they do use recycled wool in some of their items. Look for “Vegan” in the product description to find out which of their products are vegan-friendly.
Price Range: €109-359
ThokkThokk is an eco-fashion label with headquarters in Munich, Germany. All ThokkThokk pieces are sustainable, fair, and vegan. They have a range of men’s and women’s vegan parka and winter coats, available in a selection of colors and styles. Their coats are insulated with a plant filling called Kapok, a silky soft and extremely light hollow fiber of the kapok tree.
Price Range: $425-485
Norden creates stylish and functional performance outerwear made from recycled plastic and non-animal materials. Norden has a selection of high-quality vegan parka for men and women in a range of colors. What’s cool about shopping from Norden is that they tell you exactly how many plastic bottles each coat saved from going to the landfill.
Price Range: $480
Specializing in rainwear and based in Denmark, Rains offers a collection of waterproof parka coats for city dwellers. Since we live in Vancouver, one of the rainiest cities, my husband and I bought matching Rains jackets a few years ago. They’re super warm, comfortable, and has kept us dry even in unexpected downpours during our walks.
Price Range: €285
bleed is a sustainable, fair, and vegan clothing brand with a collection of sporty winter coats for men and women. Bleed vegan coats are made with functional and innovative materials with the highest quality standards and produced ecologically and fair. Their collection of vegan parka is made with organic cotton and high-quality, 100% recycled PrimaLoft® Bio™ filling.
Price Range: £360
Based in the UK, Finisterre designs functional and sustainable outerwear. Their Vellus Waterproof Parka is considered the best jacket they’ve ever made. Using recycled materials throughout, the fully waterproof shell is paired with Finisterre Engineered Insulation fill, for extra warmth and comfort when the weather really closes in.
*Note: Finisterre isn’t a 100% vegan brand as some of their items contain wool but I believe all of their current styles of coats, jackets, and outerwear are vegan and don’t contain wool. Check the labels to make sure.
There you have it! Some vegan parkas and winter coats to shop from this season, no matter your budget. Let us know in the comments below which of these styles are your favourite and if you found this guide to vegan parka helpful.