adidas no dye 11pro and F50 boots include zero chemical substances adidas no dye 11pro and F50 boots include zero chemical substances
may 04, 2015

adidas no dye 11pro and F50 boots include zero chemical substances

adidas no dye 11pro and F50 boots include zero chemical substances
images courtesy of adidas

 

 

 

following the introduction of the ‘adizero 99g‘ and the ‘primeknit 2.0‘ football boots, the release of the adidas ‘no dye’ pack adds another model to the company’s advanced ‘limited collection’. comprising of two versions of the ’11pro’ and F50′, the cleats are made from a special material to highlight sustainability and the sports brand’s push towards ‘green tech’. they feature zero chemical and pigment substances in order to showcase the ambition of the environmentally friendly concepts. the adidas ‘no dye’ soccer shoes are limited to 3,000 pairs and only 210 in the UK.

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side view of the no dye pack’s F50 football boots

 

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the boots use zero chemical and pigment substances

 

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top view of the F50 pair

 

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side view of the line’s 11pro model

 

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the environmentally friendly concepts highlight the brand’s push towards green tech

 

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top view of the plain 11pro product

  • I wonder how many millions of gallons of cleaning solutions will be used in keeping them clean and white

    dbkii says:
  • You do realize that everything is made of chemicals, right? Atoms of different elements coming together to form substances out of which all things are made?

    Delvecem says:
  • No synthetics might be a more accurate claim then, Delvecem. Though I suspect you, like everyone else who labours that point, already knew that.

    Douglas says:
  • If they are not made of chemicals, than what the hell are they made of? Antimatter? Because only that would be really impressive.

    Serge says:
  • WOW, unbelievable no chemicals used for the production. but are there synthetic/ polyester threads used for sewing? a bit more essential infos would be cool…

    Ram says:

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