Michael Doughty

Hylo Athletics, a project he first began a year before leaving football, is a trainer company looking to promote greater sustainability in sport. Hylo looks to make shoes in a more sustainable way than traditional brands, making its trainers using 60% bio-content. It also boasts a Life Cycle Assessment number, which takes into account all factors from production to transportation to end-of-life, that is 40% lower than the industry average.