Adidas is releasing an eco-friendly version of its classic Superstar and Stan Smith shoes.
This sustainable makeover is part of the “Clean Classics” collection, recognizable by the green emblem.
Adidas has been making numerous sustainability campaigns over the past few years such as its collaboration with Parley against plastic pollution.
This new release of environmentally friendly classics further adds to the brand's sustainable collections.
The sportswear giant’s Stan Smith and Superstar sneakers are some of the most iconic shoes ever made. They are convenient to wear plus good looking. Also very comfortable.
They give a classic and timeless look that will never fade to any outfit. They arrive with minimal styles, in all-white, with signature stripes on the sides.
The Clean Classics are made of Primegreen materials, Adidas' solution to its reliance on virgin polyester.
Primegreen is a series of high-performance materials made from recycled ingredients. It aims to change how the brand makes its products and give customers a more sustainable choice.
Adidas claims to be serious about creating a healthy environment. It created these new releases with a rubber outsole and upper containing a minimum of 70% recycled content.
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