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Mix your style with Nike sustainable materials

23 September 2020

As we're all more conscious of making the right choices in our shopping we look at how Nike is creating products using sustainable materials.

Can re-cycled materials look good? Nike have found a way using clever design to make them super cool. We like the funky spin on the materials , textures and colours.

They are making a range of products re-using materials from traditional sports clothing to crazy trainers.

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The Nike Air VaporMax 2020 Flyknit is made from at least 50% recycled content by weight and features FlyEase technology, inviting all athletes on their Move to Zero journey.

Space Hippie is a story of trash transformed. From the upper to the outsole, Womens Space Hippie 04 is made from at least 25% recycled material by weight.

Inspired by Bill Bowerman's first masterpiece, the Nike Cortez Basic Premium pays homage to the iconic running shoe as it celebrates the Earth with a medley of recycled materials. This product is made from at least 20% recycled materials by weight.

Named for the recycled Crater Foam found in each shoe's midsole, the Air Jordan 1 Zoom Crater bridges Jordan's brand heritage with a philosophy of sustainability, creating a new, raw aesthetic informed by the shoe's production method. True to its namesake, a full-length Zoom airbag adds unbelievable comfort to this re-invented classic.

Made from a lightweight blend of organic cotton and recycled polyester, the Nike Sportswear Gym Vintage Full-Zip Hoodie elevates a wardrobe staple with heritage vibes and a soft, comfortable fit. This product is made from at least 75% sustainable materials, using a blend of recycled polyester and organic cotton fabrics.

For a laidback look try the Nike Sportswear Hoodie which features a Nike Grind logo to compliment this comfortable sports top. Nike says "Transforming trash into source materials to make our products is one of the biggest ways we can reduce waste and lower our global carbon footprint".

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