Allbirds Wool Loungers REVIEW – Business Insider

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There is a latest version from the ‘world’s preferred shoes’ that Plastic Valley loves — here’s our verdict

The Made of woll Lounger from Allbirds Hollis Manley Are you able to enhance something that’s already near to perfect?

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That is what I wondered after Allbirds recently debuted a brand new shoe, the $95 loafer-style “Made of woll Loungers.”

After I reviewed the initial $95 “Made of woll Runners,” this past year, I had been charmed through the Nz made of woll sneakers’ feel and look. And I have ongoing to obtain a lot of unrequested compliments from other people in it since.

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I am only some of the one out of their thrall. Within the this past year, Plastic Valley startup founders and vc’s allow us an idea for Allbirds, which claims its footwear would be the “preferred on the planet.” Indeed, the Valley is becoming “obsessed” using the shoe due to its low-key style, comfort, as my friend Melia Robinson observed.

To find out if the Loungers resided to the standard set through the Runners, I made the decision to place these to the exam for any couple of days.

Listed here are my impressions:

The Loungers retain lots of what made the initial Runners special. They’re very comfortable, although the fit is really a tad tighter compared to original round the foot. They’re breathable enough to become fine in many weather, however i wouldn’t recommend slogging through water inside them.

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But it is within the style where they think probably the most not the same as the Runners. From the comfort perspective, you are able to put on the Loungers either without or with socks. But from the stylistic perspective, they appear far better without one.

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Video COMMENTS:
  • Domz Tigris: Id rather wear crocs.
  • David Huynh: Cotton is also an eco-friendly material and sustainable material. More or less, this is a pure marketing plot.
  • Tom: The most comfortable trainer I’ve ever had had them 7 months and they still looks new!
  • Ben Fauzi: Ultraboost + all bird. Wow.. That would be very good
  • 24kt on my wrist: $50 each and they'll sell 2x more
  • Ji Akira: I love the minimalist look 💓
  • No: Six: What's the seam made of?
  • Shuyang Sheng: Totally bs, the shape of this sneaker is EXACTLY like traditional Chinese cloth shoes. And seriously, most comfortable? No way this thing is more comfortable than Adidas Boost.
  • Fruit Loops: I don't have abnormally smelly feet but after a month or so, they begin to smell. The wool holds in the smell, wash or send to orbit. It will still smell.
  • Master CMac: I have a pair what do the mean by stankless they stink
  • Earth Clan: I really like that they're eco-friendly. I wonder if they can make them even more eco-friendly eventually. Everything eventually needs to be cradle to cradle so what will be the first shoe/sneaker to do that? I don't think any exist right now!
  • Eccentric: Looks like any other slipper, vans, Toms.
  • Briar Mary: As a Kiwi I'm proud of this company – New Zealand merino wool is the best quality out there!
  • Upside Down Mtn: I love the Allbirds wool runner! I actually just made a video of them 😍
  • J FC: Gloried slipper. No thanks, hipsters
  • yung faded: have yall tryed boost tho
  • bebo7002: If this piece of shit took thousands of hours sketching they would still be sketching the ultraboost.
  • Ginger Von beastly: You can make some wool shoes/slippers with four hours, bubble wrap, a bar of soap, and a bottle water sprayer.  Plenty of YouTube videos on making wool slippers.
  • ewa690: they just made toms
  • Daniel Fernandez: The people complaining about the price are the same people who pay $800 for brand name shoes