Nike Dresses Split-Toe ISPA Drifter in Hemp and Cork Details
An eco-friendly pair made using recycled materials.
Straying from its universal favorites like the Dunk Low and Air Force 1, Nike has now unveiled a new iteration of the ISPA Drifter. The split-toe shoe comes in versatile beige and brown hues for the fall season.
Dubbed “NTRL,” the sneakers are constructed with eco-friendly materials, including hemp on the upper. The base is accompanied by gray suede at the toe and heel. The tonal theme continues on the ISPA ribbons on the sides, while cork is used to craft the outsole and overlays on the heel and ankle. Rounding out these kicks, fully made with recycled materials, are the ZoomX midsoles.
Priced at €200 EUR (approximately $236 USD), the ISPA Drifter “NTRL” will drop on September 25 via Nike France.