Nike’s Unveils Its Latest Apparel and Footwear Spring/Summer ’22 Collection

The assemblage keys in on style, function, and sustainability.

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In 2022, Nike will continue to hone in on its Move to Zero initiative via the production of innovative and earth-friendly apparel and footwear products. The latest to be announced by the Swoosh is its all-new Spring/Summer ’22 Collection that involves a plethora of new sportswear pieces and workout gear, as well as lifestyle and performance kicks.

The Sportswear division is slated to debut a fresh apparel range of new fleece, rain jackets and canvas materials, all of which come from manufacturing waste. Technical outerwear garments, everyday pants and Windrunner jackets that are engineered with 75% recycled TPU are tossed into the mix. The Nike Tech Pack will further broaden its catalog with overalls, an EcoDown vest and overalls, all of which are crafted with either nylon, recycled polyester or organic cotton fibers. Nike Pro — which is designed for both pro and amateur athletes — will continue to fashion compression shorts and tights but with at least 50% recycled polyester.

Nike Air and Nike Air Max will be heavy focal points for the brand this year, and both categories will roll out a multitude of new colorways of silhouettes both classic and modern. Popular offerings such as the Air Max 90, Air Max 95 and Air Max 97 have been reworked with synthetic leather and recycled polyester while the Air Max Motif and Air Max Dawn have been modified with at least 20% recycled polyester. The Waffle One, Blazer and Dunk have will now be constructed with a mixture of recycled synthetic leather, recycled polyester and Nike Grind rubber. Joining these ranks is Swoosh’s new Sun Club assemblage which sees the Dunk Low, Air Force 1 Low, Blazer Low and Court Vision Low all featuring vivid colors and builds of recycled textiles and synthetic suede.

Peep the products in the gallery here above and expect them to roll out over the coming months.

In other news, Nike LeBron 4 “Fruity Pebbles” is making a return.

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