Part of Nike's mission to 'Move to Zero' the Nike Revival collection features apparel made from a blend of at least 75% recycled and organic fibres. Nike is currently on a journey towards a zero-carbon and zero-waste future and after the launch of the Nike VaporMax 2020 this apparel collection is the next move.
The fleece of the hoodie and jogger is made from a pre-industrial waste yarn created using shredded scraps and carries a multi-colour flecked look on the inside of the fabric. Beyond the recycled materials used to create the Nike Revival collection, there are other key elements of the capsule's design which go above and beyond just using recycled fabrics.
Nike pattern efficiency has reduced waste on the cutting floor. By working with squares and triangles less material ends up in the scraps meaning each garment meet at least a 90% marker for efficiency.
The undyed fabric also means that the Swoosh has managed to reduce their water use and as a bonus gives the collection a greyish hue which makes it easy to style.
Even the Swoosh graphic on the garments have been given the Move to Zero treatment. Nike has used Nike Grind materials (recycled athletic footwear and surplus manufacturing scraps) to create the iconic Swoosh.
Everything down to the graphic Swoosh on the chest of the t-shirt has been given the Move to Zero treatment. To create the graphics Nike has used Nike Grind materials.
If you want to look on-point whilst also saving the planet, the Nike Revival collection is the perfect streetwear to add to your wardrobe this season.
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