Nike Officially Unveils “Move to Zero” Footwear Lineup for Summer 2021
Nike’s eco-friendly footwear models as a part of their “Move to Zero” project were received well in the market so far, and seeing the response the brand is planning to introduce more iterations under the project for Summer 2021. The lineup planned is inclusive of the Air VaporMax 2021, the Nike Sportswear “Plant Cork” Pack and a variety of other models.
The 2021 Nike Air VaporMax is pretty much similar to its predecessor in terms of shape and not much has changed. However, the silhouette is being deemed as one of Swoosh’s most sustainable pair to date comprising at least 55% recycled content. The VaporMax Air units are created with 75% recycled materials while the outsoles are equipped with Nike Grind and the TPU heel and toe tips are crafted with 60 percent recycled materials. The uppers featuring a Genome makeup are also amongst the recycled list.
A fresh set of colorways of the Air Force 1, Blazer Mid and Daybreak as a part of the “Plant Cork” Pack will also be making way. Each of the aforementioned silhouettes are manufactured with roughly 20% recycled content such as Recycled Poly Canvas, paired with outsoles that are made up with 9% cork.
Apart from which, the Nike Crater Impact – a brand new silhouette built with crater soles and 25% recycled uppers, a bunch of Cosmic Unity colorways, Air Zoom SuperRep 2 Next Nature and the Nike Victory G Lite variations are some of the pairs to be released alongside.
Expect all the above mentioned pairs to be available via Nike and select retailers come Summer 2021.
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