- Dale Arden Chong
Direct-to-consumer brand Allbirds, which is known for its sustainably
made footwear, is expanding its offerings to socks and debuting a new
material. The San Francisco-based brand’s newest product launch features
Allbirds’ newest yarn material, Trino. A combination of the brand’s tree
and merino materials, Trino brings together the characteristics of both
fibers for a new level of comfort.
Allbirds’ new socks are made using plant-based materials and fibers made
from recycled water bottles. The brand launches with three styles of socks:
Tubers, which are a classic crew sock available for 16 USD, no-show Hiders,
12 USD, and Quarters, an in-between style for 14 USD.
All three styles are available in six different colors and are available
at the company’s website and at Allbirds retail stores.
Images: Courtesy of Allbirds