Fully-Recyclable adidas Terrex Free Hiker “Made To Be Remade” Arrives October 16th
Utilizing a recycled plastic base material that can be manipulated to create the entire upper, the Torsion bar, and even the adhesive that binds everything together, adidas knocked all other footwear brands off the sustainability charts when they unveiled their fully-recyclable “Made to be Remade” Ultra BOOST earlier this year — the first sneaker to ever do so. Now, the reincarnating collection is expanding into outdoor exploration, with the brand announcing the all-new adidas Terrex Free Hiker “Made to Be Remade” for release this month.
Aligning itself with the Ultra BOOST in many ways, the pair also proffers undyed cream uppers, renewable plastic brand tags, and pure white BOOST midsoles. Detailing through the upper is achieved through variations and indentations in weave, with the textile also worked into shape at the eyestays and rear pulls. After significant wear, one can return the shoes to adidas to create something new — after it’s been deconstructed and rigorously cleaned, of course.
Grab an official look at the adidas Terrex Free Hiker “Made To Be Remade” here below, and look for these to officially release here on adidas.com come October 16th for $250.
If you’re planning on picking up a pair on the day, make sure you head to our dedicated adidas Release Dates Calendar to set yourself a reminder for the drop.
adidas Terrex Free Hiker “Made To Be Remade”
Release Date: October 16th, 2021
Style Code: S29049
Where to Buy:
adidas.com @ 11:00 am ET