Within the realms of fashion and sneakers, the concept of manufacturing products that leave little to no carbon footprint is constantly being talked about, and that’s where
Normally, rainbow embellishments and Swoosh sneakers usually go hand in hand when it comes to Nike‘s annual “Be True” launches — collections designed to celebrate the LGBTQ community — but this specific offering isn’t a member of that club. The multi-colored details disperse to the various branded areas such as the Swooshes on the medial forefoot and lateral sides, the Nike lettering on the heel tabs as well through a thin banner that rests near the ankle on the medial side. Elsewhere, the recycled uppers and laces alike are done up in “Summit White”.
Semi-chunky midsoles are predominantly dyed with a powdery blue but also have multiple tones that peek out through its holes due to to the fact that it is pieced together from a variety of recycled scraps.
Parties who are interested in purchasing can pick these up through Nike France right now for €140 (approx. $167 USD).
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