Check out the revolutionary Adidas sneakers made from ocean waste
Get ready for the shoes of the future!
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Parley for the Oceans, a movement aimed at eliminating plastic waste, has teamed up with shoe giant, Adidas, to design the latest in 3D-printed innovation, the eco-friendly 3D sneaker.
The shoe is based on the design of Adidas' Futurecraft 3D, the 3D-printed shoe concept unveiled earlier this year.
According to Hypebeast, "The concept shoe is made up of an upper that's constructed from ocean plastic materials along with a 3D-printed midsole that's made up of recycled polyester and gill net."
The design consists of upper made from recycled ocean plastic content and a 3D-printed midsole made from recycled polyester and fishing nets. Adidas says the shoe "stands for how we can set new industry standards."
Attractive and eco-friendly, people are chomping at the bit the get their hands on these innovative sneakers. But sadly, you will have to be patient...very patient. According to Adidas's website, the shoe is only a prototype right now.
Adidas and Parley for Oceans are serious in their fight for cleaner oceans. Learn more about the mission that originally inspired these recycled sneakers below:
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