As environmentally conscious initiatives go, the NIKE MOVE TO ZERO collection is pioneering a change for good. And whilst the brand’s mission to promote sustainability and environmental awareness is the key drive, there has been no compromising when it comes to the design side of things. If you thought that recycled footwear was another name for b-grades, then this campaign will set you straight.
A new addition to the Space Hippie collection, the Nike Crater Impact, boasts a composition formed of around 25 percent recycled materials with efficient overlays, stitched curves, and an embroidered Swoosh each contributing to reducing waste. Other models like the Air Force 1 Low, the Blazer Mid, and Daybreak make up the Plant Cork Pack, taking inspiration from the environment to give the shoes a natural look. New editions of both the Cosmic Unity and the Air VaporMax 2021, which feature at least 25 per cent and 55 per cent of recycled materials, join performance silhouettes such as the Air Zoom SuperRep 2 Next Nature and the Nike Victory G Lite.
Specific release dates for each shoe in NIKE MOVE TO ZERO collection are yet to follow: keep checking back with us for the latest information. In the meantime, scroll down to check out the full range of sustainable footwear available at NIKE or click the banner below to check all latest releases.