The Terrex Agravic Ultra has been created in close collaboration with one of the world's fastest ultra trail runners, Ekaterina Mityaeva and is one of the first trail running shoes to feature a TPE bio-based plate made out of 90% renewable carbon. Crafted from a minimum of 50% recycled materials, the Agravic Ultra is just one of Adidas' innovative solutions to help end plastic waste, meaning it is an ideal choice for the most conscious consumer who is after a more sustainable option.
Equipped with a blend of responsive BOOST and ultra-lightweight Lightstrike, the Agravic Ultra provides an impressively high-energy return rate over mountainous terrain and cushions every stride to help you keep your pace over technical trails. Lightweight and durable, this high performance shoe, provides outstanding grip and stability, even on the most technical terrain.
We know our customers like to know exactly what they're buying; we're not going to sugar coat it, but we are going to explain it. We've divided up all of the sustainable features we've identified across our product ranges and grouped them into three so you know how your purchase is making an impact: Think Nature, Think Welfare, Think People.
The Adidas Terrex Women's Terrex Agravic Ultra - Halo Mint has the following sustainability attributes...
By recycling fabrics, we are not only stopping extra waste heading to landfill but also reducing the need for virgin fabrics to be created. Recycled fabrics can be anything from recycled polyester to recycled cotton and where recycled cotton is used, it's often offcuts from factory floors that would otherwise end up in landfill.
This brand partners with Better Work. Better Work has the same objectives as Fair Wear Foundation and works within the clothing industry, though Better Work is run by the UN’s International Labour Organisation (ILO) and the International Finance Corporation. There is emphasis on working with the factories to improve labour practices, reducing excessive overtime and closing the gender pay gap. They aim to bring factories in line with ILO core labour standards and collaborate with governments to change national legislation on labour standards.
Find out more about Better Work here: https://betterwork.org/.
This brand partners with the Fair Labor Association (FLA). The FLA has a broader remit and does not just focus on the apparel industry. They aim to protect workers rights around the world and collaborate with universities, civil society organisations and companies to create sustainable working conditions. FLA have their own Code of Conduct based off the UN’s International Labour Organisation’s (ILO) standards. Affiliated companies must implement this Code of Conduct across their supply chain.
Find out more about Fair Labor Association here: https://www.fairlabor.org/.