Nike's "Move to Zero" Collection Utilizes Recycled Materials and Pattern Efficiency
Using top of the line dyeing technology and sustainable fabric.
As part of the brand’s zero carbon and zero waste initiative, Nike has unveiled its latest “Move to Zero” collection made out of recycled polyester and sustainable cotton. Through the use of its innovative dyeing technology, all products in the upcoming line meet a 90 percent (or better) pattern efficiency.
The unlined Nike Sportswear Windrunner jacket features 100 percent recycled polyester plain weave fabrication. The garment’s drawcords and zippers have been manufactured from Nike Grind, a palette of premium materials recovered in the footwear manufacturing and recycling process. Other items such as the crew neck sweaters, T-shirts, joggers, shorts, the women’s dress and men’s Nike Sportswear full-zip hoodie, provide all-day comfort and a casual style sporting a mix of 60 percent organic and recycled fabrics.
Take a detailed look at all the pieces in the gallery above. Nike’s “Move to Zero” collection will be available on Nike’s website this summer. In case you missed it, be sure to check out the Swoosh brand’s upcoming summer collaborations with AMBUSH, sacai and more.