Reebok is set to deliver a USDA-certified, plant-based sneaker in the performance-focused run category.
The athletic brand announced today that it will launch the Forever Floatride Grow next month, an athletic shoe crafted with breathable eucalyptus tree uppers, midsoles made from sustainably-grown castor beans, odor-fighting Bloom algae foam sock liners and real rubber tree outsoles.
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