Nike Waffle Racer Crater Black Hyper Crimson


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From scraps to the streets, we put a fresh twist on the 1977 OG. The Nike Waffle Racer Crater combines Crater Foam with Nike Grind rubber details for a rugged, athletics-inspired look, weighing in with at least 20% recycled materials.

The Crater Foam midsole is made from a spacey mix of foam materials and 10% Nike Grind rubber, while the speckled Waffle outsole is made from 15% Nike Grind rubber, making each pair unique and durable.

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    • Made in Vietnam


        • Upper: 100% performance polyester, suede, rubber
        • Sole: 100% Recycled Rubber and 12% Recycled rubber/82% natural rubber
        • Laces: 100% Polyester


        • Plush Crater Foam midsole feels incredibly soft, while Waffle outsole is updated with large lugs for a rugged take on an athletics-inspired look
        • The eyestay webbing, tongue and vamp are spun entirely from recycled polyester for a unique look
        • Upper combines suede and recycled twill for a sleek, layered finish
        • Updated Waffle tread nods to Waffle sole heritage, while providing durable, multi-surface traction
        • Volt-coloured, recycled insole feels extra comfy and signifies that the shoe contains at least 20% recycled materials by weight
        • Traditional laces
        • Colour: Summit White/Photon Dust/Black/Hyper Crimson


          Nike has a mission to unite the world through sport to create a healthy planet, active communities, and an equal playing field for all. They do this by creating groundbreaking sports innovations, making their products more sustainable, and building a diverse team.
          ‘To protect the planet, we don’t wait for solutions, we create them’, Nike is aiming for their future to be zero carbon and zero waste. They founded the Move To Zero project as a way to become a more sustainable company and reduce their emissions by reusing existing plastics, yarns, and textiles. For their products, they also use recycled polyester, sustainable cotton, and recycled nylon. Nike is working on a project called ‘Growing Together’ where they have teamed up with WeForest to support local communities in Brazil and Ethiopia by planting and growing more trees, to reach the next milestone in their Move to Zero journey. The company focuses on circularity ( with the ‘Circularity: Guiding the Future of Design’ project), to create products that last longer and are designed with the end in mind. This guide shares principles that support a universal call to action for the fashion industry. Nike states that we must all come together to have a more positive impact on our planet.