Allbirds just launched cooling underwear and comfy bralettes (and they’re already selling out)
When Allbirds entered the shoe scene in 2014, its comfortable, environmentally friendly sneakers immediately became a hit (especially among Hollywood mothers). While the company is best known for its shoes, Allbirds continues to set standards by making other types of sustainable products. Enter: The Trino Undies collection, the latest addition.
It includes a bralette, thong, shortie and panties as well as boxer shorts, all made from the brand's signature Trino material. If you are not familiar, the fabric combines cooling, breathable eucalyptus tree fibers with soft merino wool. Allbirds introduced the material in its various sock styles last year. And with a few changes, they have developed the perfect recipe for their confidants, which results in silky smooth underwear that wicks away moisture and minimizes the smell.
The underwear collection (like all Allbirds products) is completely climate neutral thanks to the production of its parts from all these renewable raw materials and the use of sustainable practices. The pieces in the collection are available in various colors and retail for just $ 16 for the thong and $ 30 for the scoop neck bralette. The sizes range from XS to XXXL for lingerie and XS to XL for bralette. Men's boxer shorts are available in sizes S to XL.
If you want to feel completely natural with intimate items that come directly from nature, you will act quickly because the sizes are already sold out. Scroll down to buy the new Allbirds Trino Undies before they're gone.
Allbirds Trino Bralette
Allbirds Trino letter
Allbirds Trino thong
Allbirds Trino Briefs
This article originally appeared on People.com by Alex Warner.
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