Parley and Adidas unite for a plastic-reducing collection of high-performance outerwear.
As the world recoiled in horror with tales of farmers colouring their salmon and the countless other fishy horrors laid bare in Netflix’s Seaspiracy – we can all agree something needs to be done about the ever-worsening climate crisis – and quickly, too.
Plastic remains one of the oceans biggest problems, a polluter that harms any and all marine life, and, to be quite honest, just looks really minging when you spot it cruising through the middle of the Thames. Rather than sitting idly by, Adidas and Parley have decided to take action against the spread of plastics in the environment, all the while offering high-performance outerwear choices to anyone trying to reduce plastic consumption in their daily lives.
After knuckling down for several months, the duo came up with an entirely new collection of weather-resistant outdoor clothing. We’re talking sleek waterproof jackets, thermal cargo shorts, breathable hiking boots, the works. Made with Parley Ocean Plastic, a material that is upcycled from marine plastic waste that is intercepted from beaches, islands, and remote coastal communities alike, the whole collection has been crafted with the outdoors, the explorer, and the preservation of the environment in mind.
Equipping hikers with the latest technology to go further, see more, and create a better impact in the world around them, you’ll always be prepped against mother nature in such durable performance gear. And it definitely can’t hurt that the collection is eco-friendly – everyone wins!