Reebok has teamed up with National Geographic to launch a new shoe collection inspired by the world’s endangered species. The collection is also influenced by National Geographic’s award-winning visual storytelling, and the shoes are made without any animal products.

Reebok shoe with cheetah print

Source: Reebok

The collection features three unique designs, including the Nano X2 Grow Formidable Species, Club C 85 Vegan, and Nano X2 Grow Wild Cats.

The Nano X2 Grow Formidable Species are a plant-based version of the popular Reebok Nano X2 training shoes. The patterns showcase animals such as the Grizzly Bear, Puffer Fish, Poison Dart Frog, and Scorpion.

The Nano X2 Grow Wild Cats are inspired by big cats, and the designs depict Tigers, Cheetahs, and Jaguars.

Reebok shoe national geographic

Source: Reebok

The Club C 85 Vegan is a version of the company’s Club B shoe, and it honors sixteen different endangered species with patterns dedicated to each animal, including the Galapagos Penguin, Black Rhino, Eastern Gorilla, Ring-tailed Lemur, and Fiji Banded Iguana.

Both of the Nano shoes come in unisex sizing and are made from at least 50 percent plant-based materials.

Reebok has been releasing several vegan versions of its popular shoes over the last few years.

If you have the choice, why not choose vegan and cruelty-free? Large fashion brands are making it easier for consumers to choose ethical options. While some may argue that it’s difficult to shop sustainably when buying new clothes, bold and socially-conscious brands like Tiny Rescue are starting to make a mark by creating activism-focused recycled sweatshirts and tees for the gen-z market. Hopefully, at some point, vegan shoes and clothes will become the norm!

Related Content:

Easy Ways to Help the Planet:

  • Eat Less Meat: Download Food Monster, the largest plant-based recipe app on the App Store to help reduce your environmental footprint, save animals and get healthy. You can also buy a hard or soft copy of our favorite vegan cookbooks.
  • Reduce Your Fast Fashion Footprint: Take the initiative by standing up against fast fashion pollution and supporting sustainable and circular brands like Tiny Rescue that are raising awareness around important issues through recycled zero-waste clothing designed to be returned and remade over and over again.
  • Support Independent Media: Being publicly funded gives us a greater chance to continue providing you with high-quality content. Please consider supporting us by donating!
  • Sign a Petition: Your voice matters! Help turn petitions into victories by signing the latest list of must-sign petitions to help people, animals, and the planet.
  • Stay Informed: Keep up with the latest news and important stories involving animals, the environment, sustainable living, food, health, and human interest topics by subscribing to our newsletter!
  • Do What You Can: Reduce waste, plant trees, eat local, travel responsibly, reuse stuff, say no to single-use plastics, recycle, vote smart, switch to cold water laundry, divest from fossil fuels, save water, shop wisely, donate if you can, grow your own food, volunteer, conserve energy, compost, and don’t forget about the microplastics and microbeads lurking in common household and personal care products!