Sustainability has long been at the forefront of Nike’s R&D strategy, and it looks like the brand’s latest Sustainable Footwear collection is set to bring that ethos into the limelight.
Split into three subsidiary collections, the first is inspired by alternative ways to make colour using plant-based dye. Dubbed the Nike Plant Color Collection, the pack features an Air Max 95 and a Blazer Low. The Flyleather Earth Day Pack combines one of Nike's most sustainable materials with artist Steve Harrington's unique motifs, while the VaporMax 2 Random pack uses excess Flyknit yarn (that would have otherwise gone to a landfill) to create one-of-a-kind sneakers.
Information is scarce at this point, but we know the sneakers will be released across the northern summer, with more pics and details to come. We’ll bring you info as it surfaces.