June 3, 2013 BY John Kim / 3
What do you do with your shoes when you’ve already ran through them? We all keep a few beaters around, but there are those certain sneakers that just can’t be revived or reasonably worn. Even when they get to that point, Nike can still squeeze plenty of use out of them. Their Reuse A Shoe program takes old sneakers and breaks them down to a new material known as Nike Grind. That stuff is then used to lay courts, tracks, and more world wide. Get a look at a video explanation after the jump and keep in mind that this is an awesome option for when you’re all done with your sneakers.
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Nike is saying that they are going to rebuild courts with the old shoes, but don't be surprised if there is a "new and exciting shoe" coming out of Beaverton, one that features "improved materials made from a new green process" one that supports the environment.
Get it now for 400 USD.