Our weekly news round up in the world of sustainable sportswear begins with the following:
1. Liverpool FC reveal new 2021/22 home kit – made from 100% recycled plastic
Plastic bottles are collected, cleaned and melted down to produce a high-quality yarn for manufacturing and is part of Nike’s wider Move to Zero initiative, with football apparel leading the way in sustainability.
Read more here: Liverpool FC reveal new 2021/22 home kit - made from 100% recycled plastic - Liverpool FC - This Is Anfield
2. Puma has announced that by 2025, nine out of ten products across its entire portfolio will be made from more ‘sustainable’ materials.
They are targeting gains in the department of recyclable materials, in particular with polyester.
Read more here: Puma to make 90 percent of products with more sustainable materials by 2025 (fashionunited.in)
3. The FUTURECRAFT.FOOTPRINT is both Adidas and Allbirds’ first performance shoe that produces less than 3kg CO2e per pair to manufacture – 2.94kg CO2e to be exact.
Read more here: Adidas X Allbirds Sneaker Collaboration: First Look, Release Details, and More (insider.com)