Updated on July 23, 2021

11 Cool Vegan Slip-On Slides Sandals for the Summer (2021)

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Vegan Slide Sandals

Looking for a pair of comfortable and stylish vegan slide sandals for the summer? Here are my top 11 picks!

From water-friendly sandals to eco-chic vegan leather slip-ons, no matter your budget, there’s something for you in this guide!

All of the shoes and vegan slides mentioned in this post are vegan and made without animal leather or suede. Many are also made with sustainable materials like apple or grape leather, Pińatex, cork, natural rubber, and ocean waste recycled plastics.

Vegan Slides

Spencer LX Pool Slide by Native Shoes

Spencer LX Pool Slide by Native Shoes ($25) – These are your classic water-resistant pool slides made from Native Shoes’ signature EVA material. They’re also available in many colors.

Bhava's Vegan Slides

Perfect for summer, step into a natural cork-supportive base and soft quilted upper in Bhava’s Vegan Slides ($135). Crafted by India’s first 100% female-owned footwear maker. Also available in Black and Tan color.

Melissa Wide Slides

Available in a range of colors, Melissa Wide Slides ($65) are comfy and fashionable. Made in Brazil, Melissa shoes are made with all-vegan and recyclable materials and with approximately 6% carbon from renewable sources.

LUNNA Vegan Sandals by Matt & Nat

LUNNA Vegan Sandals by Matt & Nat ($80) – I love the asymmetrical upper band on these slides. These would look great paired with a flowy sundress or some cropped jeans.

Hand To Hold Sandal by BC Footwear

Hand To Hold Sandal by BC Footwear ($79) – I love the look and all of the little details of these sandals. They’re giving me 90’s vibes and although they’re not practical for the pool, these are great slides nonetheless to run some errands while looking cute!

Good Guys Don't Wear Leather's slip-ons in whit

Good Guys Don’t Wear Leather’s slip-ons in white ($119) is made with innovative and eco-friendly APPLESKIN™, a sustainable leather alternative made with 40% apple waste in Italy. Featuring an ultra-comfortable footbed and a mid-sole made of cork.

Mesa's Octavia light blue mule sandals

Made in Los Angeles, these Mesa’s Octavia light blue mule sandals ($245) feature a hand-carved reclaimed wood 2″ heel, and the upper material is microsuede made from recycled and sustainable materials.

vegan slide sandals by Bearpaw

Crafted in Spain, these comfortable wide cross band vegan slide sandals by Bearpaw ($60) are made with eco-friendly Piñatex (pineapple leather) straps, a cork & cotton blend upper lining, and a natural rubber outsole.

Vegea® grape leather slides shoes by Bohema

These summer-chic Vegea® grape leather slides shoes by Bohema (€115) were made by hand in Poland with 100% vegan materials. The insert is made of natural cork coated with apple leather, and the sole is made of rubber.

 Zouri's Wave Eco-Vegan Sandals

Handmade in Portugal, Zouri’s Wave Eco-Vegan Sandals (€65) are made with ocean waste plastic and apple leather. Featuring a high comfort natural rubber and cork insole and outsole made with natural rubber and recycled plastic. Each pair reuses the equivalent of 8 plastic bottles from the ocean.

Arizona Essentials by Birkenstock

Arizona Essentials by Birkenstock ($45) – This list of vegan slides sandals just wouldn’t be complete if I didn’t include a pair of Birkenstocks! What’s not to love about Birkenstocks?? They’re reliable, comfortable, and these are waterproof, so you can fully submerge them in the water, and they’ll hold up! They also have a ton of colors to choose from. You can’t go wrong with Birkens.

Let me know in the comments below, which of these vegan slide sandals are your favorites?

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