Back in her days as a Baywatch star, Pamela Anderson was known to strut around the beach in UGG Australia sheepskin boots. She never thought much about how they were made until she became an animal rights activist, and she was horrified to learn that sheep are killed to make these boots.
“I feel so guilty for that craze being started around Baywatch days – I used to wear them with my red swimsuit to keep warm – never realizing that they were SKIN! Do NOT buy UGGs! Buy Stella McCartney or Juicy boots – I’m looking for alternatives myself for my boys and the men in my life! I’m designing some right now for my family and will try and have some available on my Web site soon.”
In 2015 she launched her own collection of comfy boots called “Pammies” as an alternative to UGGs, perfect for people who want the look and the comfort without the cruelty. Not only Pammies vegan-friendly, they’re also great for the environment. Anderson chose an innovative fabric that is made from recycled electronics, which helps keep waste out of landfills.
“Pammies” are cruelty free footwear, made from recycled electronics. Progressive fabrics making use of waste instead of harming animals. This is my passion- To get a pair of these on every body who enjoys the beach lifestyle and everyone who enjoys the comfyness of slipping on something easy and warm to bring their dogs to the beach or anywhere outdoors.