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Published on Monday, 22 February 2016

Nike Flyknit now made using recycled polyester

Written by Brett Mathews

OREGON - Nike has said that as from this year, the yarn core of its Flyknit shoes will be made with recycled polyester in a move which it claims has so far diverted 182 million plastic bottles from landfills. The US sports brand confirmed the news as it produced a new infographic celebrating four years of the Flyknit, which includes detailed information and history around the technology associated with the brand and the environmental savings associated with its production.

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