Attention, #Refbabes: Here's another pair (or two, or three) to add to your already eco-friendly shoe closet. Carbon footprint-neutral L.A. label Reformation is teaming with New Balance for a sustainable sneaker collaboration, which officially launches Thursday, October 8 in its stores and online— and ugly-shoe lovers who happen to be in need of new kicks will want to get on the waitlist before they inevitably sell out. (We'll give you a sec to do that first right here.)
Priced from $80 to $110 and available in women's sizes 5 to 10, the capsule collection is comprised of three silhouettes to help you channel your inner earth-conscious Sporty Spice. There's the lightweight and flexible 574 sneakers in effortless black/white, the X90 kicks in pink as well as white/blue and white/green color combos, and the casual 997W shoes in white with beige accents.
All of the styles are made with environmentally-conscious materials, including shoe inserts made of EVA foam and renewable algae-based Bloom foam; recycled polyester in the linings, labels, and shoelaces; and chrome-free suede.
"At Reformation, our mission is to bring sustainable fashion to everyone. So we continue to innovate across categories and partner with different brands to offer consumers more sustainable product choices," Ref founder and CEO Yael Aflalo says. "We saw a huge opportunity with New Balance to marry our sustainability knowledge with their expertise in sneaker design to reinvent their classic sneaker styles using sustainable materials. We're really proud of our first collection of sneakers and thrilled to see such an iconic brand prioritize sustainable innovation."
Scroll through the gallery below to see the full line, then save a pair for yourself (while helping to save the planet) and get notified via email as soon as they arrive by signing up here.