Best Road Running Shoes for 2016
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brands have turned to more environmentally friendly materials and manufacturing processes in recent years, but adidas is about to unveil a new model with an even more unique “green” backstory.
Within the next week, adidas will unleash its new UltraBOOST Uncaged Parley running shoes, the first mass-produced footwear created using recycled plastic recovered from the ocean. The shoe features a Primeknit upper made from a mix of Ocean Plastic, a material created from plastic waste retrieved by Parley coastal interception and clean-up operations in the Maldives (95 percent) and recycled polyester (5 percent).
Each pair adidas originals extaball
reuses the equivalent of 11 plastic bottles. The shoe laces, heel cap base material, heel webbing, heel lining and the sockliner cover are also made with recycled materials. Its design is inspired by ocean waves, to reflect the shoe’s unique story and adidas and Parley’s commitment to end the cycle of pollution in the oceans.
The sports retailer has teamed up with Parley for the Oceans – an environmental group that raises awareness of marine pollution – to design prototype shoes made from plastic floating in the sea.
Despite what current fitness fashion trends might have you believe, adidas originals glc
are designed for running. That means they’ve been painstakingly sculpted, crafted, finessed and embellished to help you eat up the ground in record time and comfort. That also means there’s a broad range of options for everyone from the fleet of foot sprinter to the park plodder.
Here’s our round-up of the best trainers on the market in 2016 and to help you put your best foot forwards, here’s a quick and dirty guide to make sure you’re getting the best fit adidas tech super