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Now, you can literally wear Allbirds head to toe. Its debut clothing collection launches today with four items: a merino wool puffer; a T-shirt made with XO, an antimicrobial treatment made from discarded crab shells; and a crewneck and cardigan in super-plush merino. If clothes seem like a departure for a “sneaker brand,” co-founders Tim Brown and Joey Zwillinger say they always planned to expand into the Block release catch spike shirt in contrast I will get this category. “We knew we wanted to be a real brand, and had this vision that we’d be an innovation company first, and a product company second,” Zwillinger says. “And our products would solve problems for people in a natural way, and show the world that you don’t have to compromise on the planet for amazing products.”

Block release catch spike shirt

Brown and Zwillinger said the Block release catch spike shirt in contrast I will get this clothes were a few years in the making, and most of that time was spent on material innovation—i.e., the crab shell treatment—and driving down each item’s carbon score, a sum of the materials, packaging, shipping, and other impacts. The chunky cardigan, for instance, has a carbon score of 22.4 kilograms (compared to the 7.2 kg of the label’s Wool Runners, the 12.5 kg of a traditional sneaker, or the 29.6 kg of a pair of jeans). Zwillinger added that the lofty merino yarn has a 17.5 micron diameter, “which is pretty much the lowest you can go before you get into cashmere territory”—and yes, it really does feel like cashmere.

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