Part of Alvies' mission is to give back by donating a portion of our sales to worthy causes. We do that through our Alvies Kicks Back program, which is dedicated to giving back to the community while celebrating the people who make Austin what it is.

Each of our boots and flip-flops will have a Kickback Ambassador who chooses where its charitable proceeds go. We’ve carefully selected ambassadors who represent the best of what we love about Austin, and who we’re proud to have representing our brand. They are people who have contributed to the culture and character of the city: artists, entrepreneurs, musicians and more.

Stacy Franklin, The Rainey

Stacy is the co-owner of Austin institution Franklin Barbecue. She's supporting Les Dames d'Escoffier Austin, which inspires and advances women in the culinary and hospitality industries. Check out the Rainey

Jackie Venson, The Rio Grande

Jackie is a guitar phenom known for her electric performances. She’s supporting E4 Youth, which helps find and nurture creative talent from traditionally under-represented groups. Check out the Rio Grande

Juan Meza, The Congress

Juan is the owner of the Eastside classic restaurant Juan in a Million. He's supporting Con Mi MADRE, which empowers young Latinas and their mothers in their educational journey. Check out The Congress

Eric Tessmer, The Comal

Eric is a gifted guitar player, singer and songwriter. He’s supporting Austin Pets Alive!, an animal adoption and advocacy organization that has saved more than 80,000 animals. Check out The Comal

Laurie Gallardo, The Guadalupe

Laurie is one of Austin’s most famous voices as a host and producer at public radio station KUTX. She’s helping Project ATX6, which supports Austin music and shares it with the world. Check out The Guadalupe

Gordy Quist, The 6th Street

Gordy is a member of The Band of Heathens. He’s supporting The SIMS Foundation, which provides mental health and substance use recovery services to musicians and music industry professionals. Check out the 6th Street

ALVIE JUNIOR, THE LAMAR

Our original boot is inspired by the collection of classic cowboy boots our founder inherited from his grandpa, a decorated veteran who served in World War II. We donate charitable proceeds from The Lamar to The Iron Freedom Foundation in his name. They organize outdoor experiences that provide veterans with constructive challenges and a lasting support community. Check out The Lamar

All other products have a portion of sales donated to Health Alliance for Austin Musicians and the Southern Smoke Foundation's Austin Relief Fund.