Why you need Nike’s Move to Zero sustainable collection
A sportswear collection that uses recycled and sustainable materials – see all the release details here.
Nike is currently following a zero carbon and zero waste initiative. It looks like the sportswear giant is coming out with a brand new sustainable collection, getting another big tick in our books!
The Move to Zero collection is made out of recycled polyester and sustainable cotton. It also incorporates innovative dyeing technology to ensure a 90% pattern efficiency.
What can you expect to see in the capsule? There's a Windrunner jacket that features 100% recycled polyester plain weave fabrication. The drawcords and zippers are made out of materials recovered in sneaker manufacturing – so nothing goes to waste.
We're also loving the crew neck sweats, joggers, T-shirts, shorts, dress and hoodie. If you're after something that can provide you with all day comfort, the Move to Zero collection should be your first pick.
Who doesn't love rocking something that's 60% organic and recycled fabrics?
Nike isn't the first sportswear label to plan out its sustainable initiatives for the year. Just a few weeks back, we heard the news of adidas planning to achieve 50% recycled polyester in 2020. We're really hoping this encourages other brands to follow suit and join the bandwagon.
When can you get your hands on it? Nike's Move to Zero collection will be available in the next few months. Keep your eyes peeled for an exact release date!
For more, you can head on over and check out our dedicated Nike hub. It's where you can find all the latest news, the best deals and a list of sneaker release dates.
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