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Nike Air Max 98 On Air “La Mezcla”

Nike Air Max 1 On Air “Tokyo Maze”

Nike Air Vapormax Plus On Air “Paris Work In Progress”

Nike Air Max 97 On Air “Seoul Neon”

Nike Air Max 97 “London Summer Of Love”

Nike Air Max 97 On “Shanghai Kalidescope”

A few months ago Nike had an “On Air” Design competition as part of the Air Max Day 2018 celebration. The program took place in six major cities across the globe. NYC, Paris, London, Seoul, Shanghai, and Tokyo. Each city created their own Air Max design inspired by its community’s unique cultural fingerprint, as designed by the locals who know it best.

After announcing the six winners from the Nike On Air design contest, we now get a look at each of their designs. Shown above, the winning silhouettes include the Air Max 98, Air Max 1, VaporMax Plus and Air Max 97. Each design pays homage to their respective city in their own respective fashion. It should be noted that none of the shoes above are the final product, but simply in a sample stage to give you an idea of what the final outcome may end up looking like.

via: Sneaker News

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adidas is committed to preserving the environment as they have recently announced that they want to only use recycled plastics in all their products by the year 2024.

adidas has already made a strong push toward environment-friendly products with their ongoing partnership with Parley. They’re so committed in that partnership that they expect sales of Parley products to be at 5 million pairs in 2018, compared to the 1 million sold in 2017. In addition, adidas also announced that their apparel lines for 2019 will contain about 41% recycled polyester and that they will stop using “virgin” plastics in their offices, retail stores, warehouses, and distribution centers, resulting in saving about 40 tons of plastic per year.

What are you thoughts on adidas wanting to only use recycled plastics on their products in the long run? Do you other brands following suit or doing something similar?

 

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