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BEAVERTON - Sportswear giant Nike has launched a new way of making apparel which it claims reduces carbon footprint by an average of 75 per cent compared to a traditional knit fleece.

Nike Forward - billed as the company's most significant apparel innovation since Dri-Fit - saves energy by requiring fewer production steps than traditional Nike knits or wovens.

The brand is to launch a grey hoodie on 15th September as the first product made with the process which it says "revolutionises apparel creation by hacking punch-needle machines".

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