adidas unveils environmental capsule collection made with no dye

Stepping up.

We’re pretty stoked with adidas at the moment. After scoring an A grade on this year’s Ethical Fashion Report and mass-producing sneakers from recycled ocean plastic, the sportswear giant has announced its next environmentally-positive move.

The brand’s latest Athletics release comes in the form of the Z.N.E. Zero Dye hoodie and knit shorts. Designed to inspire athletes to focus on what really matters, the sportswear has been created using fabrics in their natural colour. Skipping the fabric dyeing process means saving environmental resources and reducing waste water. 

To get you really motivated, adidas has tapped a number of sporting stars to front the campaign. Think track and field athlete, Tori Bowie, pro football player, Paul Pogba, and tennis player, Coco Shilin. 

The Z.N.E. Zero Dye hoodie and shorts are available now online. 


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