Nike's Crater technology is what sets apart the Nike Air Max 90 NRG Vast Grey as an ultra-unique release. For the first time ever, the AM90 is crafted almost entirely from recycled plastic. This is a step towards a more sustainable future as the leading sports brand unveil more shoes that are crafted with minimal CO2 emissions or waste. Other pairs to launch alongside include the Jordan 1 and Air Force 1. Keep scrolling to find out more.
For a shoe that was born out of old plastic and waste, the Air Max 90 Crater is about as striking as it gets. With an aesthetic that looks more like a custom shoe, these are both summer-ready and understated all at once!
The radical technology all begins within the midsole. That speckled material which sits underfoot is not only eco-friendly but brings some much needed to colour. As always, Nike stay true to the original with a visible Air Unit that sits underfoot. What appears like a denim-like fabric across the upper is actually the recycled material which is interwoven into a lightweight and durable construct. This canvas material again adopts a colour-infused theme with multi-coloured tones running through that grey fabric.
The Nike Air Max 90 NRG Vast Grey, or Recycled Canvas is scheduled to release on August 20th via the listed retailers. Be sure to hit that bell icon for alerts on the run up to launch.