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Adidas goes Allbirds with debut low carbon emission shoe

Henry Burrell
Thu, 13 May 2021

Adidas goes Allbirds with debut low carbon emission shoe
Henry Burrell
Thu, 13 May 2021
Allbirds and Adidas have collaborated to release a running shoe with a drastically lower carbon footprint than the industry norm.The concept kicks are called Futurecraft Footprint and take 2.94kg of carbon per pair to manufacture. According to New Zealand-found Allbirds, a standard sneaker has a carbon footprint of 12.5kg. The shoe is the first product from a partnership with global megabrand Adidas that was announced last year. The companies said they addressed product design, materials, and supply chain issues to drive the carbon emissio...

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