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Do you want to try our shoes? It's safe and easy!
0% Leather 100% Quality
No animal by-product is used in the process of making Fera Libens footwear.
We use Alcantara® and microfiber, two materials which guarantee amazing performance, even better than leather. Our shoes are light-weight, comfortable, breathable and resistant. In short, great quality.
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Love animals, enjoy life
Fera Libens is a brand of footwear, but also the expression of a philosophy. The footwear we make is aimed at satisfying customers who are committed to and aware of sustainable consumer behaviour like vegetarians, vegans and other animal-friendly lifestyles, without sacrificing style and quality. The name of our brand means “Happy Animal” in Latin, to remind us of Italy’s cultural heritage and compassion for animals.
Fera Libens is conceived for those who want to enjoy life and its humble daily pleasures: taking a leisurely walk to admire the world around you, and discovering new and beautiful places like the countless towns set in Italy’s landscape like small jewels that make it unique. We take inspiration from these very places to name our footwear collections and to remind ourselves of the values they embody.
Fera Libens stands for ethics, aesthetics and quality.
Fera Libens footwear can be considered fully vegan – even if we don’t overly stress this aspect. Such a description would risk excluding a large chunk of potential customers and limit the range of interest in our products only to people who would identify themselves as vegans. Our principal aim is to reach out beyond this niche market to other groups that are not necessarily vegan but who are sensitive to the need to treat our animal friends with respect. We think that avoiding “vegans-only” label is the best way to promote the spread of more sustainable behaviour on a wider scale.