Green sneakers: Reebok launches plant-based trainers

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The new bio trainers from Reebok
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The new bio trainers from Reebok

Sportswear brand follows Stella McCartney and Nike into sustainable trainer sector with sneakers boasting a bioplastic sole

Reebok has this week launched a pair of trainers with a bioplastic sole, in the latest sign the green footwear market is hotting up. The first product from its Cotton + Corn sustainable footwear range,...

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