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BEAVERTON – Sportswear brand Nike has developed a new range of footwear that makes use of recycled content and scrap material, reaffirming a commitment to its Move to Zero philosophy.

Its Space Hippie shoes are made in-line with circular design principles and are said to “attack the villain of trash,” according to Nike’s chief design officer, John Hoke.

“It's changed the way we look at materials, it's changed the way that we look at the aesthetics of our product. It's changed how we approach putting product together,” he said.

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