Cementing themselves even further into the world of sustainable fashion and footwear, Nike has created another collection of trainers created using recycled materials while still retaining a slick style.

The Swoosh's Move to Zero campaign saw the launch of the VaporMax 2020 in July and the Revival Apparel collection and the NRG department is the latest to join the movement.

The Air Max 95 and Air Max 90 from the pack have officially landed at Footasylum and we're here to give you a closer look at the sneaks helping to save the planet.

Air Max 95 'Classic Green'

Although the 'Classic Green' title colourway is pretty subdued on the Air Max 95 NRG it is in the areas where this fluorescent green appears that really help this silhouette pop.

A white and grey base colour allows elements of the green on the eyelets and a red oversized Swoosh on the upper to standout. A smooth Flyleather toe cap and tack-on stitching gives the trainers a cut and sew appearance which lends itself to the recycled yarn upper.

All of the above sits on the recently released Crater Foam which uses about 12% Nike Grind rubber combined with foam materials for a more sustainable, lightweight and responsive feel.

Completing the design is the NRG’s recyclable neon insoles, complete with grind rubber fleck.

Air Max 90 NRG 'Court Purple'

Similar to the Air Max 95, the Air Max 90 NRG is made from recycled yarn but this time the purple tint left by the material is complemented by flashes of Court Purple on the Air supports, heel, tongue liner and outsole. 

A striking red Swoosh has again been placed on the upper and paired with vamp overlays to really help this trainer make a statement.

Small flashes of Electric Green at the vamp and ankle helps to tie the Air Max 90 into the theme of the full pack along with NRG’s recyclable neon insoles.

Shop the full collection of Nike Trainers online and join the Move to Zero.