In 2014, former professional footballer, Tim Brown and renewable material expert, Joey Zwillinger developed their idea for a sustainable shoe. Together, they crafted revolutionary wool fabric made specficially for footwear. In 2016, Allbirds was officially launched with only just one shoe.

Allbirds is a shoe company that has been developed entirely from natural and recycled materials- making sustainability the core part of the production. As a certified B Corp, Allbirds incorporated comfort with sustainability by inventing a propriety knit from tree with yarn, renewable and responsibly sourced. Additionally, its shoelaces are made from recycled plastic bottles, the eyelets created from microorganisms that consume plant sugars, and foam soles made from sugarcane’s biomass which also power the mill. It is the ultimate mix of style meets sustainability.

Allbirds pioneered in the footwear transformation by being the first in the industry to create runners out of wool.


Daily Beast on Allbirds newly launched a brand new style: Wool Piper  1 October 2020

Retail News reported that Allbirds has completed US$100M funding, eyeing new product categories  1 October 2020

The Wall Street Journal: Allbirds lands US$100M in funding  27 September 2020

Retail News: Allbirds enters South Korea   21 August 2020

Bloomberg reported that Franklin Templeton is in talks to back Allbirds    13 August 2020

Yahoo Life on Allbirds' newly launched underwear and bralettes, and they're already selling out    20 June 2020

Fashion United reported on Allbirds' new store in Amsterdam, Netherlands    16 June 2020

CNN on Allbirds' new Tree Dashers    10 June 2020

Retail Gazette: Adidas and Allbirds team up to reduce footwear industry's carbon footprint    4 June 2020

Allbirds returned the loan it received from the government, as reported by Yahoo Sports    19 May 2020

Insider on Allbirds' 6 new colors inspired by the outdoors and the limited-edition collection    15 May 2020

Forbes reported that Allbirds is the first fashion brand to label its carbon footprint like calories    15 April 2020

Allbirds partners on a sustainable design course, and it's free    3 March 2020

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