Nike’s sustainable clothing and footwear take center stage in the Move to Zero 2022 collection

Sustainable fashion is more than a bandwagon or passing trend. We believe this decision is here to stay as it is necessary to become more environmentally friendly. It’s not just tech brands and consumer electronics companies pushing for sustainability, big names in fashion and sports brands like Nike have already made the ‘Move to Zero’.

MOVE TO ZERO is Nike’s official zero waste and zero carbon campaign. It may seem impossible to achieve, but Nike knows it’s our responsibility to protect the future of sports enthusiasts and Mother Earth. We discovered the Nike playground built with 20,000 recycled sneakers in recent months. We also remember the Nike Atsuma made from scraps and the eco-friendly Nike SB Dunk High Cork.

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Nike Spring Summer 2022 Move to Zero Collection

More products from Nike will prove that sustainability in fashion and the sneaker sector is possible with new seasonal collections. These new lines of footwear and apparel are a perfect blend of style, function and durable materials. As a new season begins, Nike is ready with collections that take advantage of sustainable methods and materials.

Nike is committed to achieving a future with less waste and reduced gas emissions. The goal is zero waste: no waste to go to landfill by 2025. The mission seems ambitious, but it’s good to have such brands. The new capsules are a clear step in the right direction to go green.

Nike’s impact on fashion and sports goes beyond what is sold in the marketplace. These sustainable innovations will make the planet healthier and teach people to be more aware of the environment and their choices. New Nike capsules include popular silhouettes such as the Air Max Moti, Tech Pack, Nike Pro, Nike Sun Club and some of the reimagined classics.

Nike Classics

Nike Classics Goes Zero Sustainable Fashion

Nike, the world’s largest sports brand, has shared the latest eco-friendly seasonal collections. Let’s start with the Nike Classics as this collection was released in time for the company’s 50th anniversary. Three classics now have enduring versions: the Nike Dunk Low Next Nature, the Nike Blazer Mid ’77 Next Nature and the Nike Waffle One Crater Next Nature. The latter features 25% recycled synthetic leather on certain details and a 100% recycled polyester twill upper. Even the Crater Foram midsole, heel clip and midsole are made from at least 10% recycled material as described.

Nike has kept the iconic styles but with a twist. There is less impact on the environment because around 20% of the materials are used. According to Nike, this set pays homage to the brand “roots while looking towards its future. The designers decided to use Nike Grind rubber, recycled synthetic leather and recycled polyester.

Nike Sun Club

Go Zero Sustainability Nike Sun Club

Nike Sun Club Goes Zero Sustainable Fashion

The color combination alone shows us that this collection is not just about sustainability. The sneakers are fun and ready for summer. Like the Nike Classics, the new pairs are made with recycled laces, recycled synthetic suede and recycled textile uppers. Approximately 20% of content is recycled by weight. This particular series features various classic silhouettes such as the Nike Court Vision Lo NN, Nike Blazer Low ’77 NN, Nike Air Force 1 LV8 NN, and Nike Air Max Pre-Day.

Nike Air Max

Nike Air Max Move To Zero

Nike Air Max Dawn

The Nike Air Max is popular with sneakerheads for several reasons. The series is famous for its Air Max and Nike Air technologies, and it gets modern releases in the form of Nike Air Max Motif, Nike Air Max Dawn and Nike Air Max 2021. In time for Spring/Summer 2022, the Nike Les Air Max 90, Nike Air Max 95 and Nike Air Max 97 are restocked but now with recycled content uppers.

Nike Pro

Nike Pro Move to Zero Shorts

This clothing collection takes advantage of durable, low-impact materials. The use of such materials is crucial, especially for popular products such as Nike Pro shorts and tights. Nike uses materials that are at least 50% recycled polyester for most Nike Pro products.

Nike Sportswear

Nike Sportswear Nike Move to Zero

Nike Tech Pack goes zero

The more eco-friendly Nike Sportswear includes small parts made with Nike Grind materials. You’ll notice them in the logos, drawstrings and zipper pulls. The new Nike Windrunner Jacket is also made of recycled materials such as more Nike Grind chips, virgin TPU and even recycled Nike Airbag TPU shoes. The Nike Sportswear Capsule 2022 collection includes apparel and apparel made from old waste, like recycled TPU and more recycled nylon blended with organic cotton fibers.

Nike Tech Pack

Nike Move to Zero Jacket

Nike Tech Pack is another result of sustainable innovation. Recycled materials such as recycled nylon and recycled content are combined with organic cotton fibers. This year’s Tech Pack includes a new women’s parka, men’s insulated vest and new woven pants. The pair of pants are faded in color due to reduced chemical usage.

Nike Pro goes to zero

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