Over the past few years, sustainable sneaker designs seem to be becoming more common, with most brands looking to lighten their carbon footprint, and improve their sustainability practices. Nike have been one of the industry leaders, pushing boundaries and creating a slew of silhouettes that are under their ‘Move to Zero’ umbrella. And the next to receive a recycled rework is the Air Max Plus 3!
This isn’t the first time an Air Max Plus will be receiving a green guise, back in January the OG boasted a recycled fabric upper and Crater foam outsole. Using the third TN, Nike have decided to murder-out the iteration, before adding a kind of glitch pattern across the upper. Green accents throughout really make the colours pop, with Nike’s Grind rubber adorning the outsole and tip of the tongue.
So far, no release information has surfaced for this Nike Air Max Plus 3 in sustainable materials, but we’ll keep you updated when it should be on the way. While you wait, peep the spread of official imagery above.
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