Adidas’ New Yoga Line Is Made From Recycled Plastic

Adidas’ New Yoga Line Is Made From Recycled Plastic

Adidas is expanding its use of plastic recovered from the ocean in partnership with Parley

Jiwon Kim
  • 13 april 2018

For a while now, Adidas has maintained a partnership with Parley for the Oceans to create shoes out of recycled plastic recovered from the ocean as part of the brand’s commitment to lessen its environmental impact. The company recently announced that it will be continuing this work with a yoga line, including attire such as crop tops and leggings, made from Parley Ocean Plastic.

They are collaborating with Wanderlust, an organization that focuses on mindful living and healthy habits. The palette consists of calming colors, such as muted blue and cream, and all of the athletic wear can be completely recycled.

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