Nike Announces Sustainable "Move to Zero" Sneaker Lineup
Featuring classic silhouettes such as the Blazer Mid, Air Force 1 and more.
Continuing its sustainability initiative, Nike has now unveiled the full Summer 2021 lineup for its “Move to Zero” line. The collection features everything from the Blazer Mid to the latest Air Max Pre-Day shoes all made with eco-friendly materials.
Highlighting the upcoming release are some of Nike’s most iconic silhouettes such as the Air Force 1, Blazer and Daybreak, which all arrive as part of the “Plant Cork” pack. Each pair is crafted using roughly 20 percent recycled materials, while the outsoles use nine percent repurposed cork sourced from the wine industry.
Elsewhere, the Air VaporMax 2021 marks the Swoosh brand’s most sustainable shoe to date, using at least 55 percent recycled content. The Air unit, which stretches from the heel to the toe, is made using 75 percent recycled materials. Meanwhile, the Air Max Pre-Day is constructed with 20 percent recycled waste. Additional footwear styles include the Nike Crater Impact, as well as the performance-driven Cosmic Unity, Air Zoom SuperRep 2 Next Nature and more that are all crafted with reused materials.
The Summer 2021 “Move to Zero” kicks will be releasing throughout the season via Nike’s stores and select retailers.
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