adidas Ultra BOOST “Made To Be Remade” is Fully Recyclable
Perhaps arguably one the comfiest/lightest silhouettes ever created by adidas – or any manufacturer for that matter – the Ultra BOOST has been reimagined for a forward-thinking earth-conscious world. The enviro green tech dubbed “FUTURECAFT loop” uses a fully circular manufacturing cycle that utilized one plastic to create an entire sneaker, meaning adidas are now able to create a dye-less, glue-less fully recyclable sneaker which is a huge W for mother nature. The first in line to blessed with the tech is the adidas Ultra BOOST “Made To Be Remade”.
Although this tech was developed over two years ago, it’s finally ready to be unleashed onto the public. The FUTURECRAFT Loop program also means once the shoe has reached the end of its wearable life, it can be fully ground down and created into a new pair of shoes. A unique QR code will be featured on the tongue, this will enable you to return the shoes when you want and receive something new in return, which in turn creates a theoretical never-ending loop. This naked Ultra BOOST presents a typical build with a mesh upper, subtle branding, BOOST sole unit, and translucent outer sole all of which sport an all-natural un-dyed hue.
Planning on making the switch to the FUTURECRAFT Loop tech? Drops on adidas.com on April 24th for a clean $180 a pop. Check out the official images below and follow the House of Heat on Twitter for all news and updates.
adidas Ultra BOOST “Made To Be Remade”
Release Date: April 22nd, 2021
Style Code: FV7827