Nike to release sustainable sneakers made of hemp fabrics

YarnsandFibers News Bureau 2022-01-28 08:40:30 – USA

American footwear brand, Nike, has presented redesigned versions of its classic Air Force 1 and Blazer Mid shapes with multicolored "Hemp" uppers, as part of its "Move to Zero" series.

The company has prepared a large number of in-line and collaborative projects to commemorate the model's 40th anniversary, with the former featuring a sustainability-focused "Hemp" collection.

The upcoming capsule, which also includes a Nike Blazer Mid, reimagines Kilgore's famous design with a cannabis plant-derived fabric and a bright, spring-ready palette. The woven hemp, on the other hand, steals the show, allowing the Air Force 1 Low for kids to showcase brilliant colors of red-orange, green, and blue.

The Air Force 1 is offered with entirely knitted uppers in a variety of colors, including orange, green, blue, and lime. Cursive Nike stitching can be found on the back tab, while the tongue tab includes the classic swoosh alongside modest "HEMP" writing. The pairs are completed by white speckled sole units and bright green insoles with "Move to Zero" insignias.

With white knit uppers, "Barley" overlays on the forefoot, and an orange heel tab, the next Nike Blazer Mid takes a more modest approach. The eyelets and back have embroidery highlights, while the laterals have a blue swoosh painted on them. The tongue tab retains an exposed foam finish, and similar Nike logo details are carried over from the aforementioned Air Force 1. The appearance is completed with a speckled Nike Grind rubber sole unit.

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