New Trainer Styles for Spring

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If you’re a bit bored of Winter boots, you’re probably eager to know what the world of trainers might hold for you in Spring. We’ve found our favourite new trainer styles for Spring, just for you.

The world of trainers and sneakers can be a dismaying one but we’re not about the latest limited edition trends. We’re more excited about the amazing innovations currently going on in the sustainable footwear world. From recycled fabrics, to eco and virgin materials, there are some great, fashion forward options available. If you prefer classics however, we have found some equally stunning options.

Veja’s newest Campo trainers are made from resin from corn waste. The effect is an amazing alternative to leather, that doesn’t comprimise on style. If you are looking for a timeless style, Veja is a great place to start.

Allbird’s latest innovative style, the Tree Topper has a sole made from Brazilian sugarcane called Sweetfoam. It’s the world’s first carbon negative green EVA! Plus they’re super comfy and great to look at.

If you covet a good tennis shoe, head to Good News. They have a great range of the classics, plus a few colourful twists. They are made from organic cotton with natural rubber soles so are great for the environment too.

For great trend led styles, Stella McCartney ticks all the boxes. Created from her signature Alta Nappa faux leather and suede, they are the best looking vegan trainers out there.

Seven Feet Apart create the best, most long lasting product possible. We can’t believe the amazing quality and timeless aspect of these sneakers. Available in all the best colours and now gold and silver.

Created using Timberland’s unrivalled knowledge of making footwear, this trendy trainer is available in several neutral tones. The super comfy sole and soft leather upper make it a long lasting and hard wearing option.

These trainers almost fall under the criteria of Couture. Exclusive to, and hand crafted in a small Dutch atelier, each pair is unique. The cork sole and peach laces add a cool contrast that make these trainers closer to art than footwear.

Tretorn have been making trainers for 100 years, but they aren’t resting on their laurels. They are committed to working with recycled and eco friendly materials, all the while creating classic styles that their fans buy again and again.

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