Allbird makes sneakers from plantsA new sustainable sneaker project by the New Zealand brand

Jun 15, 2018
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After shoes made from merino wool, the indie brand from New Zealand, Allbird, launches a new eco-friendly project that transforms the eucalyptus plants of its native territory into sneakers. Thus, the Tree Collection debuts: completely sustainable, its upper is made from fibres derived from eucalyptus pulp and it comes available in two models, Runner and Slippers. There’s just one doubt: should we choose them because they look good or because they are sustainable?

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