Allbirds: Shop the Customer-Loved Sustainable Sneakers in Honor of Earth Day

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Each product has been independently selected by our editorial team. We may receive commissions from some links to products on this page. Promotions are subject to availability and retailer terms.

While Earth Day officially falls on April 22 (that's today!), supporting the planet and progressing the environmental movement can be an everyday activity. Sure, you might not be able to do every activity you have on your list to celebrate Earth Day year-round, but if there's one way to give Mother Earth some love in our daily lives, it's with our clothes. And if you're looking for some sustainable brands to keep in your arsenal, Allbirds should be at the top of your list. 

By now, you've probably heard of Allbirds the New Zealand-American footwear company that uses a direct-to-consumer approach (meaning they only sell its shoes on its own website and in its own stores). But more importantly, it's a brand with a mission: to design environmentally friendly and sustainable footwear.

The Allbirds style is basic design, form and function you can wear anywhere and everywhere. Its first shoe, the Wool Runner, is made from New Zealand superfine merino wool. Allbirds shoes have a unique construction that makes them feel super comfy, and the company touts them as the "world's most comfortable shoes" Since then, the company has churned out a number of styles for its footwear line -- and has since expanded to clothes, with new T-shirts as part of its latest launch, encouraging shoppers like you to build more sustainable closets and embrace the spirit of Earth Day everyday day of the year.

There are so many more reasons to love this eco-conscious brand. We've been fans for a while because its shoes are made with natural and sustainable materials, they're machine washable and there's no need to wear socks with them. But along with that, the shoes have a smaller impact on climate change and the environment. Combine that with its comfort, and there's no reason not to love the brand's shoes.

In honor of Earth Day, we pulled together our favorite Allbirds shoes -- along with some of the brand's other must-have items -- that'll be the perfect additions to your Earth Day celebration, no matter what day of the year it is. And just in case you want to embrace the beauty of nature, get into the spirit and sign up for some Earth Day activities (and don't forget to sport your Allbirds shoes!).

Of course, environmental protection doesn't stop at one brand. So, we also added in some of our other favorite sustainable footwear brands on the market for when you want to expand your eco-friendly closet even further. Scroll down to see the sustainable fashion products we're loving below.

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The brand's very first offering and best selling shoes, the Allbirds Wool Runners are soft and lightweight thanks to the superfine merino wool.

Cozy up in these fluffy, limited-edition shearling sneakers from Allbirds.

You can never go wrong with a classic T-shirt -- especially when it's made with sustainable materials, which will support the environment.

These Allbirds Women's Tree Dashers are one of the most highly rated women's running shoes. They also come in 11 different colors and styles to fit everyone's personality.

Made from eucalyptus tree fiber, the Tree Toppers will keep your feet feeling breezy. Also cool: The laces are made from post-consumer recycled polyester.

We love the idea of an ultra-soft and comfortable long-sleeve T-shirt as a spring layering piece. This option from Allbirds is made with TENCEL and merino wool, which will leave you with a soft, silky feel that's also eco-friendly.

Extra cozy slide-ons available in five colors, including this blue hue. This shoe's contoured sole means you won't be slipping around.

The Allbirds Women's Tree Runners are some of the lightest weight sneakers around. These shoes are rated as one of the best walking shoes on the market because of their high level of comfort.

Impossibly cool fashion high tops made from merino wool. This style's water repellent Puddle Guard ensures your toes stay dry.

When you want a sustainable T-shirt to throw on at a moment's notice, reach for this one.

Easy slip-on boat shoes. 

Shop Other Sustainable Brands

Add a pop of color to your ensembles with a pair of Cariuma sneakers, like the brand's classic Ibi. The Brazilian brand's signature style features plant materials like bamboo, with laces created from recycled plastics. Plus, you can grab the style a handful of including this vibrant green for Earth Day.

Looking to add a sustainable piece of fashion to your wardrobe that also happens to be Meghan Markle-approved? Grab these Veja sneakers, which the Duchess of Sussex owns in another colorway. This particular style from the footwear brand is made from  leather, rubber and rice waste, organic cotton, sugar cane and other environmentally friendly materials.

Adidas' sustainable Ultraboost shoes are made using recycled materials without any dye or glue. Plus, they're meant to be part of Adidas' circular system, which means that these will help towards the brand's goal to produce less waste.

Slip into these environmentally-friendly shoes from TOMS, which are designed with materials (like a carbon negative Green EVA outsole made from sugarcane) to create a lesser impact on the earth.


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