Wmns Nike Air Max 90 in patchwork look: The "Scrap" as part of the "Move To Zero" campaign ⬤ Another One

For some time, Nike has been increasingly committed to sustainability. The focus is primarily on the brand's "Move To Zero" campaign. With this, Nike has set itself the goal of reducing CO2 emissions and waste to a minimum in order to secure the future of sport.

The Move To Zero collection includes iconic Nike silhouettes that the company reinvents with environmentally conscious materials and production processes. These are now joined by a classic from Nike. The Air Max 90 gets a lasting makeover and appears, exclusively for women, in the “Scrap” colourway.

The main feature of the "Scrap" is the design of the upper. This comes in a playful patchwork look. Colorful fabric patches made of different materials result in a colorful patchwork quilt and give the sneaker its eye-catching look. The color palette of the upper ranges from earthy brown and gray tones to an elegant navy blue and a bright red.

The special feature: the shoe consists of 20 percent recycled materials. The patches are all made from surplus fabrics that would otherwise have ended up in the trash.

If you take a closer look at the Air Max 90 "Scrap", you will notice not only the asymmetrical color blocking and the exuberant color mix of the upper, but also the abundance of materials used for production. In addition to the Swoosh designed in a waffle pattern on the side panel and the open edge around the entry, the replaceable patch on the heel particularly stands out.

With a color mix of mint green, natural rubber and red, the outsole provides another design highlight of the silhouette. The white midsole, together with the white shoelaces and the logo patch on the tongue, bring some calm to the colorful spectacle of the “Scrap”. The Nike Air Max 90 “Scrap” is already available. 43halb (who also created these beautiful pictures), AFEW-Store and Asphaltgold have it in their program.

Photos via 43½