Heavenly Feet Vegan Danni Ankle Boots review

Author: Molly Pickering

Read Time:   |  24th March 2023

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Heavenly Feet Danni Casual Ankle Boots | £62.95  | Tester: Molly Pickering

Black vegan leather bike-style ankle boots *Currently on sale for £31.47*

Heavenly Feet are steps ahead with their vegan footwear, so we put a pair of their vegan boots to the test. Find out what we thought...


As more and more people are stepping away from leather shoes, brands like Heavenly Feet are getting creative with animal-free materials.

Heavenly Feet’s vegan shoes promise a stylish design with added comfort. From sandals and slippers to boots and trainers, there are so many styles to choose from.

With the dreary rainy weather still lingering, we wanted to test out a pair of the brand’s vegan winter boots to see if they can deliver comfort and protection as well as style.

We got our hands on a pair of Heavenly Feet Danni ankle boots (RRP 62.95) to put them to the test.

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Footwear spec

  • Outer material: synthetic
  • Lining material: soft textile
  • Zipper?: Yes, on the inside panel for ease of fitting
  • Sole material: TPR (Thermoplastic rubber)
  • Heel height: 2 inches
  • Removable memory foam inner sole
  • Where to buy: Heavenly Feet


  • Stylish design
  • Cosy lining kept my feet dry and warm
  • Sturdy sole
  • Good quality material
  • Ideal for wet and cold weather
  • True to size


  • Painful to break in at first
Credit: Vegan Food & Living

Credit: Vegan Food & Living

Heavenly feet vegan boot quality

On first impression, I was surprised at just how good these boots looked. Considering they are currently on sale for £31, the synthetic leather was thick and appeared to be of good quality.

I especially liked the soles. I’m a fan of biker boots and thick-sole boots in general so was I pleased to see that there were a couple of inches of thick rubber on the sole. Both to help me grip the muddy paths and for street cred, of course.

Some ankle boots can be tricky to slip on and off, especially when the material is tough. Thankfully, there’s a handy zipper on the inside panel of the boots to help slip these on and off with ease.

What I especially loved about the Danni boots was the soft lining on the inside of the boot. This adds an extra layer of insulation to the boot, making them perfect for the colder months.

Insulated lining makes the Danni Boots ideal during colder months. Credit: Vegan Food & Living

Insulated lining makes the Danni Boots ideal during colder months. Credit: Vegan Food & Living

First steps

It was time to take the boots out for a walk. Initially, I was blown away by how comfortable these boots are. The removable memory foam inner sole is dreamy and the soft inner line is like a warm hug to your feet.

Despite their chunky appearance, I found the boots to be relatively light. They didn’t weigh my feet down unlike some biker-style boots.

As someone who often struggles with boots fitting my calves and legs, I found these to be spacious, even with the extra lining.

After 30 minutes or so of comfortable walking I was confronted with the dreaded ‘breaking in’ pain. This is common for nearly all ankle boots, so I wasn’t surprised. That being said, it did make the remainder of my walk pretty painful.

But after wearing them a couple of times the pain went and the boots moulded to my feet.

Heavenly Foot Casual Danni ankle boots are both stylish and sustainable. Credit: Vegan Food & Living

Heavenly Foot Casual Danni ankle boots are both stylish and sustainable. Credit: Vegan Food & Living

Overall verdict of the Heavenly Feet Danni vegan boots

As far as ankle boots go, these are some of the best quality that I’ve worn. After wearing the Danni boots, I want all of my boots to have an additional insulated lining.

Despite the material being synthetic, there was no compromise on the quality. From the outer material to the rubber sole, these shoes have a lot of life in them.

Although it took a couple of tries to break them in, I was impressed by the overall comfort. The memory foam inner sole is a great addition to an already cosy boot.

Finding a good pair of vegan boots for under £100 may seem like a mission, but if you’re looking for style, comfort, and sustainability, Heavenly Feet has you covered.

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Feature image credit: Heavenly Feet. Artwork credit by Vegan Food & Living

Written by

Molly Pickering

Molly is the Digital Executive and Podcast host at Anthem's Vegan Food & Living, she also works across other titles including Women's Running and Classic Pop to create affiliate content for the website. Starting out as a Digital Marketing Apprentice at Vegan Food & Living in 2021, within 14 months Molly was shortlisted for ‘Best Editorial Assistant’ at the BSME Talent Awards 2022 and won the BCS Special Recognition award for Digital Marketing Apprentice of the Year in 2022

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