Nike unveils its ‘lowest ever carbon footprint’ footwear

The sportswear and fashion company’s ‘Space Hippie’ trainers are made of scraps of material and yarn found on factory floors, as well as various other forms of waste

Nike has unveiled a new line of footwear designed to have the lowest carbon footprint of any shoes it has ever produced.

The sportswear and fashion company's 'Space Hippie' trainers are made of scraps of material and yarn found on factory floors, as well as various other forms of waste.

The four models in the collection, named Space Hippie 01, 02, 03 and 04, have uppers made from 100% recycled material, sourced from plastic bottles, unwanted clothing and shredded factory textiles.

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