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The Nike Zoom Type Crater Outfitted With Recycled Foam Material

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When it comes to the Nike Zoom Type, the most defining feature of the edgy silhouette is probably the stacked sole design. From speckled stylings to vibrant hues that deviate from the base, the foam sole unit has been a site for surprises among a handful of releases. An upcoming Zoom Type continues to ask Nike fans to expect the unexpected by flaunting a tinted Crater foam base.

This isn’t the first time the N354 model is receiving an eco-conscious upgrade. As revealed back in May, the Happy Pineapple-clad Nike Zoom Type incorporates cork materials throughout its sole. Similar to the fruit-inspired style, the navy upper of this new iteration is composed of recycled canvas. Profile Swooshes stand out from the dark base with a reflective finish. Both the lacestays and the Crater foam sole are in a pastel yellow, also creating great contrast from the upper. The pinwheel “Move To Zero” logo is featured on the tongue and the insole to further emphasize the pair’s sustainability-focused design. Themes of sustainability continue to prevail as a Regrind rubber outsole rounds out the look.

Take a closer look at the Zoom Type below, which will arrive at Nike.com in the coming months.

In other Swoosh-related news, a new Nike Air Max Plus is attempting a “Persian Violet” colorway.

Where to Buy

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Nike Air Zoom Type
Release Date: Aug 10th, 2021 (Tuesday)
Color: Armory Navy/Lime Ice/Light Lemon Twist/White
Mens: $150 Style Code: DH9628-400

North AmericaAug 10th, 2021 (Tuesday)