Nike has returned to its Free Run Trail Crater silhouette, incorporating sustainable materials across the trail-focused sneaker. As well as the new materials used,
The sneaker is now constructed from at least 20% recycled material by weight, alongside the use of Nike Grind on the outsole and sections of Crater Foam. Additionally, Nike has dressed the sneaker in an upper constructed from transparent ripstop and a lightweight mesh material, giving it a breathable and lightweight construction. Finishing off the sneaker is its muted color palette, that mixes white with elements of “Cream II,” “Cave Stone” and contrasting detailing — including the Swoosh, lace hoops and tongue branding — in bright orange.
Take a look at the Nike Free Run Trail Crater in the gallery above, complete with new sustainable elements. The sneaker is will release via the Nike web store on August 17, priced at $110 USD.
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