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Made with Nike Grind

The opportunity is here to do more with less—and do it better.
Innovative companies are using Nike Grind in everything from football fields to furniture.


When the man known as The Greek Freak traveled to China recently, he had the honor of unveiling a new basketball court made with Nike Grind at Linfeng’e Elementary School in Guangzhou. READ MORE



Nike Grind partner Ziro, based in South Korea, has developed a line of gloves using a groundbreaking recycling technology—spinning Nike Grind textile footwear scrap into yarn. Read Story

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What started as a grassroot initative by Nike employees as a way to recycle end-of-life shoes has grown into a 30-year commitment to circularity. READ STORY

Nike Grind at Nike

Here are a few examples of how we are working to advance circularity in our own ecosystem by using Nike Grind in new Nike apparel, footwear and other products.

Nike By You

Creativity meets circularity with the Nike Dunk By You. When customizing their Dunk Lows, more than 70% of buyers are choosing “regrind” outsoles that contain 3 to 15% Nike Grind rubber, depending on colorway. Reducing waste never looked so good.



Air Zoom SuperRep 2

The goal: Preserve the shoe’s integrity while lessening impact. The outcome: The new Air Zoom SuperRep 2, made with at least 20% recycled material including Nike Grind.
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Triptych of solar panels, Nike shoes sitting on multicolored material, and an enginer writing in a notebook.

Our Sustainable Future

Our vision for circularity is driving us to think and work differently, moving toward a future where little is wasted and materials are reused at their highest potential.