Allbirds co-CEO Joey Zwillinger said on Wednesday that the sneaker company is “looking” at legal action against Amazon but that it would likely be “risky.” “We’re a company of about 500 people total. I would suspect Amazon has more than double that in just lawyers,” Zwillinger said on “Squawk Alley.” “So it’s probably a risky territory to wade into, but we’re always looking at it. We look carefully every time this happens.” Zwillinger’s comments follow revelations that e-commerce giant Amazon is selling a shoe that looks like Allbirds’ popular sneakers called the Wool Runners. Amazon’s shoe, released under the in-house brand 206 Collective, sells for $45. Allbirds’ signature shoe costs $95. Read more at CNBC.