Kangaroos Are Not Shoes is a campaign with a single goal: secure a commitment from athletic shoe companies to rid their supply chains of kangaroo skins. 

Supreme Court Ruling on Prop 12, Nike Halts Sourcing of Kangaroo Skins for Shoes Among Our Top Gains in 2023
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Adidas Persists in Sourcing Kangaroos for Shoes, Even as All Major Competitors Shed the Skins
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Nike and Puma Announce the End of Their Roles As Market Financiers of Kangaroo Slaughter
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Kangaroo Shoes Come Up Nearly Empty in European Football Championships
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Sifting Through the Propaganda Behind the Mass Slaughter of Kangaroos for Shoes
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2 million wild kangaroos slaughtered every year so Adidas and other companies can make their soccer shoes!

Kangaroo Protection Act​

The Kangaroo Protection Act (H.R. 4995) would ban the sale of any kangaroo parts in the U.S.

It would close off one of the world's biggest markets for kangaroo parts and go a long way to stopping the slaughter in the Outback. 

Tell your legislator to support the Kangaroo Protection Act

to ban the sale of any kangaroo parts in the U.S. and close off one of the world's biggest markets for kangaroo parts

3-Time Olympic gold medalist
Heather Mitts-Feeley

and other Olympic athletes called on Nike to stop producing shoes made from kangaroos — and it worked!

Now moving on to Adidas ...
Read our white paper to see how plant-based fabrics, plastics, and other synthetic products have spurred a sharp reduction in the amount of leather in footwear in the last decade, particularly in athletic shoes.