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Adidas service 'Made to Remade' extends to brand-new ultra boost colourway

Adidas has decided to take recycling in footwear design one step further by introducing the 'Made to be Remade' range.

If you are unfamiliar with the concept. Once your shoes have been worn out instead of throwing them away, which leads to environmental damage due to harmful materials degrading in a landfill site, only to end up in the ocean. You now have the option to return them to Adidas who will then re-use materials to create eco-friendly shoes.

The 'Made to be Remade' service is a fresh take on the revolutionary ultra boost running sneaker giving you a new clean aesthetic. The design will be unique featuring old materials without the usual toxic glues or dyes.

As usual the shoe will comprises a sock like upper with a white foam midsole. This will provide the ultimate comfort. Ultra boost is still comparatively new compared to many other silhouettes featured with the Adidas brand. After only 6 years on the market this is by far the most popular of all time. 

'Made to Remade' is set to arrive 22nd April 2021 on general release. Making your eco-conscious decision easier and more readily available. The new Ultra Boost collection is not the only exciting thing happening at Adidas. There are some exciting Yeezy sneakers arriving thick and fast this year. Head over to our Yeezy Collection and shop the newest colour-ways including Ash pearl, Ash stoneCream White and many more. 

Check out the featured adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 "Bred" which received a long awaiting restock this year.

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