I Bought Leather Gloves #Not Vegan Anymore

I accidentally bought a pair of leather gloves and I thought I'd discuss the difficulties of being a vegan motorcyclist trying to avoid leather products.

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I Bought Leather Gloves #Not Vegan Anymore

I accidentally bought a pair of leather gloves and I thought I'd discuss the difficulties of being a vegan motorcyclist trying to avoid leather products.

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https://www.bikebandit.com/blog/post/motorcycle-pants-buyers-guide

90 thoughts on “I Bought Leather Gloves #Not Vegan Anymore

    1. What’s with 2018 and all the black avatars. Oh, and the stupid black hearts. Seriously what is everyone wanting to be heartless. This world is getting lamer and lamer. I’m ready to shoot a school and help humanity with its stupidity reduction. Well, just, by a little bit.

    1. lll lll how is it any different driving a car around compared to driving a bike around ? I’ll tell u cause I’m cAnadian as well and it’s the difference between life or death it is no different to either own a car or a bike

  1. Vegan Gains: Talks about something that has nothing to do with veganism. I still watch the whole video even though I’m not interested in the topic of glove types and their features aside from them being vegan or not.

  2. Meh, I have leather rollerskates. It’s my only option as a the plastic ones don’t work at all….. #notvegan. Anyways lols on this video. ???? the future is bright for vegan leather.

    1. clear mist you liked your own comment…. Anyways this dude has never lived in Nature he has no idea what Nature is. He lives in his large city bubble scared to go outside. He has no Idea what grain farming has done to Nature, from ripping forests down which kills more animals than you could imagine, to over farming soil which is taking all the nitrogen out of the ground, but have no fear Penn State has invented food from our own feces, so when all of our soil is raped and all of our forests are gone we can still servive.. . Vegans don’t care, They shop at whole foods and have never spent anytime living in the forests or countryside. They do all their information gathering from the internet where they can be safe and never have to actually care about Nature, most of them believe every study on their diet, ignoring their own bodies…

    2. Kazzy Kaioken I don’t need to. But where do you draw the line? I’m in a rep team and travel for skating. It’s pays the bills also. Every thing has animals products. I’m doing the best I can do. Go live in a tent and make no impact in the middle of know where if you want to judge.

    3. No, not everything has animal products – you draw the line at deliberate or conscious animal use when you have absolutely no other choice – like if you need it because of your survival.

      There’s a big difference between a pair of rollerskates and life saving surgery for instance.

      I’m a professional photographer, and when I went vegan I stopped shooting film because of the gelatin content — convenience is not an excuse and a simple google search brings up tonnes of vegan alternatives.

    1. Yes, but you do have to be morally inconsistent. There is no reason to cause the suffering and death of some animals but treat others with kindness. It’s logically inconsistent. It’s hypocrisy. It’s wrong.

    2. Kleo3392 thats why some cultures eat cat, dog, rat almost everything so what’s your point. A cow can feed more people.

    3. Since you’re obviously slow and need extra help, I’ll spell it out for you: *animals are feeling beings who value their own lives, and so murdering them with no good reason is wrong regardless of what culture has to say about it, just like how murdering humans for no good reason is wrong no matter what any culture has to say about it* By the way, a cow’s flesh and bodily secretions can’t feed nearly as many people as the amount of grain she was given as feed throughout her life. There is no valid justification to be massacring these innocent creatures.

    1. +i eat plants they say vegans can’t help but tell you they are vegan…your name says it all bro tc get help sweetheart

    2. +i eat plants do you only eat plant based foods or a healthy diet consisting of a variety of foods including meat vegetables grains fruit so.on ?

  3. But its not the same as using a child as a human shield though is it. Because one is a child… and the other is a cow… so…

    1. No because a child has more sentence than fucking insects and In your car example it’s either do nothing and die or jump and kill insects, that’s it. I think in most gun involved situations there are more options available than die or kill child.

    2. Okay, so what is the difference between a child and a cow which would make it okay to use the child as a human shield if it were applied to that child? But there isn’t one though is there, so you’re just baselessly distinguishing between two sentient beings with no justification, which makes you a hypocritical bigot… so…

    1. Uh, “Slap “Vegan” on any item, and these sheep will buy it.”

      The gloves… use cow skin.. Vegan isn’t just a food choice. It’s not like it’s Vegan planks of wood or Vegan water.

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