Since at least 2019, NIKE, Inc. has made a concerted company-wide effort to neutralize its carbon footprint. Through the âMove to Zeroâ campaign, the North American sportswear giant has made progress in the area of ââsustainability by changing its retail presence, manufacturing process and corporate operations. Yet no company has been more celebrated by the public than eco-friendly footwear, with the Nike Dunk Low Next Nature in the lead.
At a glance, the latest proposal looks like any standard pair of 36-year-old Peter Moore’s iconic design, but closer inspection reveals otherwise. Under the âNext Natureâ banner, the Nike Sportswear product is made with at least 20% recycled material and is typically marked with a swoosh-wheel logo on the tongue and / or sockliner label. A previously seen Nike Dunk âWhite / Blackâ immediately became one of the brand’s most coveted products, suggesting only that the latest âWhite / Creamâ option will do the same. Synthetic leather throughout the upper with Nike Grind material on the gray outsole (appearing as faint spots) to create a familiar yet refreshing update to the silhouette designed for basketball.
No company Nike SNKRS The release date has been confirmed, but that is subject to change in the coming months. In the meantime, enjoy the official images of the shoes to come.
For more swoosh-branded merchandise, check out the Air Force 1, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2022.
Nike Dunk Low Next Nature
Release date: 2022
Color: N / A
Women: $ 100
Model Code: DN1431-100