14 Wool-Free Coats to See You Through the Winter

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This winter, embrace compassionate fashion by choosing a winter jacket that’s free from down, wool and fur.

There’s a wide variety of vegan-friendly coats and jackets available to keep you warm all winter. Check out our favourite vegan coats below!

Women Men

For Women

M&S Revere Collared Reversible Shearling Overcoat – £89

ASOS Boyfriend Coat in Cocoon Fit – £58

Forever 21 Longline Faux Suede Coat – £39

Topshop Slim Fit Boyfriend Coat – £59

New Look Khaki Faux Fur Trim Hooded Parka – £49.99


H&M Felted coat – £59.99


Oasis collarless coat – £85.00

For Men

M&S Cotton Blend Urban Parka with Stormwear – £89.00


Superdry Rookie Military Jacket – £69.99

Save the Duck Quilted jacket with removable hood – €319.00

H&M Pea Coat – £59.99

Topman Indigo Denim Faux Shearling Collar Flight Jacket – £70.00


ASOS Parka Jacket In Black with Faux Fur Lining – £80.00


New Look Navy Quilted Jacket – £39.99



There’s nothing kind about animal products like down, wool and fur.

Down: In order to create feather-stuffed products, ducks and geese have their feathers violently and painfully torn from their skin.

Wool: Sheep used for wool may be painfully mutilated, suffer in extreme weather conditions, be violently mistreated during shearing and be shipped to die in frightening ways.

Fur: Animals exploited on fur farms lead miserable lives and are sometimes still alive when their coats and skin are removed.

With the amount of vegan products available, there is no need to support the barbaric fur and down industries. You can make a difference with every cruelty-free item you buy. Check out our Vegan Fashion Awards for more shopping inspiration.



  • Lisa p Collings commented on October 24, 2016 at 8:03 pm

    animals being exploited for money making purposes by vile sadistis – I am sure that most of the public at large are unaware of the level of cruelty to animals involved in producing the clothes they wear and would boycott buying them if they did. What is needed is a really massive worldwide publicity campaign.

    • susan harper commented on December 2, 2016 at 5:51 pm

      Unfortunately, many people are aware of the cruelty involved in producing the clothes and shoes they wear, but they don’t care as long as they can have that fashion item. That is the really worrying thing; many people just don’t care about animal cruelty

  • Figueroa commented on November 16, 2016 at 5:06 pm

    Bravo and thank you.

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