And they're waterproof!

By Laura Reilly
September 23, 2019
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AllBirds sneakers are the worst-kept secret among celebrities from Calabasas to Soho. The brand counts Jennifer Garner, Mila Kunis, Hilary Duff, Sarah Jessica Parker, and so, so many others among its A-list following, and it only has its impossibly comfortable wool sneakers to thank.

With summer coming to a close and soggy days looming nearer, it may be tempting to shelf your athletic shoes in favor of a pair of Chelsea boots or rubber wellies, but that would almost certainly come at the expense of comfort. Thankfully, AllBirds has devised the solution we’ve been dreaming of for years.

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Just launched today, AllBirds’ Mizzle Collection features two waterproof sneaker styles for women, a high-top and low-top, each available in four fall-ready colors. The Mizzle shoes — a portmanteau of mist and drizzle — are the answer to our prayers. Finally, we can go on coffee runs and attend kids’ soccer games wearing our AllBirds (a la Jennifer Garner) without worrying about a disastrous splash of water.

The proprietary Puddle Guard material is not only water-repellant, it’s also breathable, meaning your feet won’t get sweaty. As with the rest of AllBirds’ lineup, the Mizzle collection is lined with merino wool insoles, and features a patented, carbon negative outsole made of Brazilian sugarcane.

The Mizzle low-tops and high-tops retail for $115 and $135, respectively, and are only available on AllBirds.com.

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Shop now: $115; allbirds.com

Shop now: $135; allbirds.com

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