Introducing the Reebok Forever Floatride GROW. This is Reebok’s first-ever USDA certified plant-based sneaker. Reebok is partnering with Boston-area based Siena Farms, to launch the Forever Floatride GROW with custom
CSA (community supported agriculture) produce boxes available to the first 50 customers across the U.S. on Oct. 1 exclusively through Reebok UNLOCKED.

The Reebok Forever Floatride GROW has a highly cushioned, responsive midsole made of sustainably grown castor beans, a breathable eucalyptus tree upper that is naturally biodegradable, a sockliner made of odor resistant BLOOM algae foam and a durable outsole made from real rubber trees.

“Forever Floatride GROW is made for runners who care about performance and want to feel good about the products they use daily,” said Emily Mullins, Product Director at Reebok. “GROW is the result of a long journey to create a plant-based running shoe that looks and performs like other best-in-class footwear and can withstand running a marathon.”

The sustainable wood crate comes with the sneakers, which rival top running shoes, and a half bushel of a dozen varieties of fresh
vegetables. Sign up to become an UNLOCKED loyalty member here to be eligible to purchase the limited run box at no additional cost. For every purchase, Reebok will donate a CSA box to people facing food insecurity through Siena Farms’ community sponsored farm shares program increasing equitable access to vegetables.

Now more than ever, people are becoming conscious of what they purchase in the pursuit of a sustainable and meaningful lifestyle. They’re also paying more attention to how they fuel their body and sustainable farming practices are on the rise as people explore alternative options of getting
healthy food.

Forever Floatride GROW is available in men’s and women’s sizes starting Oct. 1 for $120 at, wholesale and specialty retailers. The first GROW silhouette features colorways Straw and Classic White in a neutral color palette inspired by earthy tones.

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