allbirds

  • ADAY aims to simplify your wardrobe with $2M in funding

    ADAY aims to simplify your wardrobe with $2M in funding

    ADAY, a fresh entrant in the highly competitive world of direct-to-consumer fashion, has raised $2 million in new funding for its mission to simplify wardrobes with a line of durable, technical and chic womenswear. The company is the latest in an ever-expanding movement of startups that offer direct-to-consumer products for the fashion-conscious consumer. Read More

  • Allbirds launches a kids shoe line called Smallbirds

    Allbirds launches a kids shoe line called Smallbirds

    Trendy Silicon Valley shoe startup Allbirds introduced a new line for kids today called, of course, Smallbirds. The cute little, but limited-edition shoes are for ages two to four and are an exact replica of its adult Wool Runner version, meaning each pair are made with the startup’s signature eco-friendly merino wool material. Read More

  • Allbirds plans to expand to new materials with $17.5 million in fresh funds

    Allbirds plans to expand to new materials with $17.5 million in fresh funds

    You can’t walk outside your door in San Francisco these days without seeing some tech worker or VC wearing a pair of Allbirds. The eco-friendly wool shoes have taken over the tech world since the startup’s launch a mere 18 months ago. Now, it plans to expand globally and develop new materials beyond its signature merino wool. Allbirds has a good amount of capital to go there as… Read More

  • Allbirds raises $7.25 million, unveils new shoe colors

    Allbirds raises $7.25 million, unveils new shoe colors

    If you’ve walked around San Francisco, you’ve probably seen them. An eco-friendly and comfortable wool shoe, Allbirds has already developed a cult following in the tech world. Venture capitalists, entrepreneurs and several people on TechCrunch staff wear them. I’ve never worn a pair but TC’s Megan Rose Dickey, Josh Constine and Andrew Sweeney had good things to say… Read More