It is not necessary to publicize sustainability. Nike’s previous “Move To Zero” items, on the other hand, leaned toward the apparent, with obvious shreds and the like adorning everything. This is changing, as the brand is currently launching a number of simple yet largely recycled silhouettes.
Their Air Force 1 hits the stage once more, this time with a delicate coral pop along with the Swoosh, heel tab, and tongue label. Everything else is kept basic in white and neutral tones on top of what looks to be a FlyLeather upper. Midsoles follow suit, albeit there is a slight arrangement of specks throughout the outside. Finally, the shoe displays the “Circular Design” against a bright Volt backdrop on the insole.
Check out the official photographs below for a closer look. Nike.com and select stores should have a release date soon.