Sustainability is at the forefront of much of what Adidas produces. Now outdoor adventurers have a brand new eco-friendly look for shopping.
Available now via Adidas.com, the Free Hiker Gore-Tex “Nothing Left Behind”, a hiking shoe constructed with recycled colored uppers. According to Adidas, winner of the 2021 FNAA Sustainability Leadership Award, this iteration of the popular figure is part of the brand’s efforts to help end the plastic waste mission and create a more sustainable future.
“Through an innovative program that recycles the remaining premium materials within our supply chain, we are able to create and unveil the latest version of the Free Hiker model for the very first time”, Adidas Outdoor, Terrex and Five Ten Head of North America Michael Kadous said in a statement. “The different materials used through this method produce a truly unique silhouette for shoe collectors and aficionados around the world. “Nothing Left Behind” reinforces Adidas’ philosophy and commitment to explore all avenues to become one of the most enduring performance brands. “
In addition to the recycled upper, this Free Hiker is equipped with waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex membranes. Responsive Boost midsole cushioning technology and Continental rubber outsoles for all-terrain traction.
The Free Hiker Gore-Tex “Nothing Left Behind” from Adidas Terrex is available in men’s and women’s sizes for $ 225.