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Woman-founded company AVRE creates sneakers “made from 100 percent post-consumer PET bottles,” according to the brand.
Not only are its shoes comfy and chic, but the brand’s manufacturing process reduces energy use, lessens water consumption and lowers carbon emissions. When purchasing a pair, you can feel good about wearing them while positively impacting the planet.
Shop: AVRE Infinity Glide White And Black, $145
With a range of different colors and styles, you can find a pair of sneakers that works best for you. From slip-ons to lace-ups, AVRE’s lightweight, breathable shoes include non-slip cushion soles and layered, plant-based insoles that minimize odor. Plus, they’re machine-washable making them truly easy to clean.
AVRE’s website explains, “To us, it’s not about being perfect. We promise to continue to strive for the ultimate goal of a zero-waste future without compromising design and comfort. AVRE is committed to being mindful of all the ways to promote women supporting women and merging that path with an eco-friendly lifestyle.”
Shop: AVRE Limitless Black And White, $95
And with this in mind, it’s clear that shoppers approve of the innovative sneakers.
“These shoes are both super stylish and so comfy! [They’re] easy to pair with any outfit, [are] great for wearing casually or working out. Love them!” wrote one five-star reviewer.
Another mentioned, “[They’re] so cute and cozy!! [The shoes are] great for errands or a run.”
While these shoes may be a little pricey, they can be a great investment for you and the environment. And if creating a more sustainable lifestyle is one of your top priorities, these shoes can give you a kickstart.
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