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A new model of our favourite Louis Vuitton sneaker is ready to drop. Created by the late Virgil Abloh for the Maison, the new version of the LV Trainer is making its sustainable mark. The shoe has been made with 90% recycled and bio-sourced materials. Coming in vivid green, fire engine red and classic black, the LV Trainer is stamped with the Louis Vuitton Sustainable Development logo, made to be worn with eco-pride. The sustainable breakdown is as follows: the sole is made of 94% recycled polyurethane, keeping the bounce and support intact with recycled cotton inner pads and an insole made of 100% recycled polyurethane. The upper is a blend of recycled polyester and corn-based plastic material, the laces from used plastic and the eyelets from 91% regenerated polyurethane. The box also features the eco logo and turns into a bag, complete with a handle. LV don't mess around. The trainer continues Louis Vuitton's committed journey to a sustainable development plan, where they aim to preserve natural resources and positively impact society. The green colourway drops in August, with red and black dropping in September. As always, Virgil was here.