As part of the Move to Zero project, Nike this time officially launched the most sustainable new running shoe Air Zoom Alphafly “Next Nature” in the brand’s history. By reducing its carbon footprint by 70%, it will step by step towards 100% recycling. The concept of the system advances, and the official also expects to achieve the goal of 80% recycling in 2025.
The whole shoe has been tested more than 400 miles after the athlete’s body and foot. The overall weight made of recycled materials accounts for up to 50%, including the Nike Flyprint. The upper is made of at least 20% recycled TPU and made of 3D printed textiles with 45% recycled. Flyknit material, fully recyclable PEBA ZoomX insole, 100% recycled polyester fiber labels and laces, 50% recycled TPU seamless film, 70% recycled foam cream midsole, partially recycled TPU forefoot Air Zoom Pods, 50% Recycled carbon fiber rear sole gasket Flyplate, and finally the outsole is covered with more abrasion-resistant compound and Nike Grind Rubber.
Nike Air Zoom Alphafly “Next Nature” has not yet announced the exact release information, or there will be different color schemes in the future, interested readers may wish to follow HYPEBEAST closely and pay attention to further follow-up reports.