Aldi is selling Vegan Society approved trainers for £12.99 this Veganuary

Read Time:   |  6th January 2020

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Budget supermarket Aldi UK is putting its best foot forward this Veganuary with the release of affordable vegan trainers.


Aldi UK is making it easier for everyone to live a vegan lifestyle from their head to their toes with the launch of a range of affordable vegan trainers available in stores this Veganuary as part of its January fitness range.

Priced at just £12.99, the Vegan Society-approved trainers offer an affordable alternative to other leather-free trainers but will save you an impressive 94.47% compared to similar products.

The trainers are available in two colours, green heel or red stripe, and boast a padded collar and insole for extra comfort.



Although the lower price point might make you think these trainers are fast fashion and have not been built to last, these trainers have been designed to withstand everyday wear and tear thanks to their innovative use of materials.

The upper lip of the trainers is made from synthetic PU vegan leather, while the sole is made from TPR — a lightweight manmade rubber that’s weather-resistant and super durable.

If you want to get your hands (or feet!) on a pair then make sure you head down to your nearest Aldi store as soon as possible as the trainers hit stores on 2 January and are being sold as a Specialbuy which means once they’re gone, they’re gone!

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