The latest styles and limited edition colors that you can only find here (while they last, that is good.
Whether you’re hitting the beach or exploring a new city, save your feet and p.
It may be warm outside, but when your shoes are made of eucalyptus tree fiber, your feet have.
Barely-there feel. Light-as-air fit. Meet the Super Light Tree Runner and Super Light Trainer –our.
Lighter by nature. Meet the Superlight Trainer – a gym-ready active shoe engineered with an airy, breathable upper and our new revolutionary Superlight Foam technology for a barely-there feel, and light-as-air fit that’s one of our lightest and lowest carbon footprints to date. And we’re just getting. Best For: Home workouts, bodyweight exercises, conditioning, cross-training, HIIT. Internal Reinforcement: Micro suede lining helps reinforce high-wear areas.
Classic sneakers. Sporty running shoes. Comfy loafers. We got the wear-all day (with everything) shoes you and your closet need. Looking for easy, effortless styles that work hard for you and the planet? We’ve got you covered from head to toe.
We’ve got your 10,000 steps covered, easy.
And when we say nothing, we mean nothing. As in zero. Zilch. Nada. See, when we unveiled the Allbirds Flight Plan in 2021, that was a big part of our commitment: cutting our carbon footprint in half by the end of 2025, then reducing it to near zero by 2030. Now, only two years in, we’re more than halfway towards our goals—and we’ll stop at nothing to get to nothing.Only two years in, we’re more than 60% of the way towards our goals for 2025. In 2022, we reduced our average product carbon footprint by 19% compared to 2021. Which might not seem like much, but here’s the thing: this is a game of inches and we’re big on near term, tangible progress. It’s just one small part—okay, big part— of our mission to reverse climate change through better business.
The fashion industry dumps 2.1 billion tones of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere every year. That’s equal to the pollution from 456,707,817 cars in the same timeframe. Why so much? Because our industry loves fossil fuels—to power factories, ship things, and make materials. In other words, most of what we wear is made from plastic, and plastic comes from oil, a fossil fuel.
It wasn’t always this way. In fact, humans really only became obsessed with plastic over the last 80 years. So we asked ourselves, “Would it be better if we went back to making things from natural materials.
Making better things takes time. Drop us your email to stay in the know as we work to reduce our environmental impact. We’ll share other exciting news and exclusive offers, too.