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This adidas Stan Smith is Made Out of Mushrooms

adidas Stan Smith Mylo H23049 Release Date Info

adidas has unveiled the Stan Smith Mylo, the first shoe to be made using Mylo: a new mushroom-based material called Mycelium, the shoe is part of adidas’ journey to create a more sustainable.

Made from renewable mycelium – the underground roots of mushrooms – Mylo is created using a highly efficient grow taking less than two weeks. The process takes advantage of a cutting-edge vertical agriculture technique, allowing the mycelium to be grown in a space-efficient system that increases the yield per square foot.

“The introduction of Mylo as a new material is a major step forward in our bold ambition to help END PLASTIC WASTE”, said Amy Jones Vaterlaus, Global Head of Future at adidas. “As a planet, we must learn to work with nature rather than against it and put all our efforts into finding innovative solutions that are created responsibly with resources that renew at a sustainable pace. Designed in synergy with earth’s ecosystems. And as a brand, we continue to explore the possibilities in material innovation.” 

Below, you can check out more images of the adidas Stan Smith Mylo that will give you a closer look. A release will take place at select retailers and adidas.com later this year.

adidas Stan Smith Mylo
Release Date: Spring/Summer 2021
Style Code: H23049

adidas Stan Smith Mylo H23049 Release Date Info

adidas Stan Smith Mylo H23049 Release Date Info

adidas Stan Smith Mylo H23049 Release Date Info

adidas Stan Smith Mylo H23049 Release Date Info

adidas Stan Smith Mylo H23049 Release Date Info

adidas Stan Smith Mylo H23049 Release Date Info

adidas Stan Smith Mylo H23049 Release Date Info

adidas Stan Smith Mylo H23049 Release Date Info

adidas Stan Smith Mylo H23049 Release Date Info

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