After launching the 'Earth Day Pack' with Steve Harrington earlier today, Nike is doing a little more to reduce its carbon footprint with a brand new sustainable range. Dubbed the 'Plant Color' collection, it reworks two classic Swoosh silhouettes with canvas uppers and plant-based dyes.
Comprising of the iconic Air Max 95 and the wildly-popular Blazer Low, each model will be releasing in two distinct colourways, with the former arriving with a neutral base with various pops of colour throughout, and the latter launching in cream and rose tones.
This isn't the first time Nike has gone green this year. In fact, the chunky Air unit on the brand new Air Max 270 is made up of over 70% of recycled manufactured waste, making them some of the more environmentally friendly sneakers out there.
At this moment in time, pretty much nothing else is known about the Nike 'Plant Color' collection, so be sure to keep it locked at The Sole Supplier for more news as it develops! Let us know which silhouette you'll be grabbing, and while you're here, take a look at the full Nike sneaker range!