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Save the Ocean: adidas by Stella McCartney Launches the Latest Parley
Monday, 20, March 2017

One way to keep our Ecological Footprint in check is by supporting sustainable fashion. And what better way to start making a change than with the right pair of shoes?

Parley of The Oceans teamed up with adidas once again for another eco-friendly shoe, this time the designer heading the new release is fittingly Stella McCartney. This trio collaboration was bound to happen. McCartney has been a Creative Director in adidas since 2004. As a lifelong vegetarian and a strong advocate of PETA, the British designers help incorporate animal friendly materials and sustainable fashion methods to all her collections with adidas.  

The recently launched Stella McCartney Parley UltraBOOST X features a Primeknit upper made from “Parley Ocean Plastic”, a fiber made from recycled waste plastic from the sea. Its PureBOOST construction of a free-floating arch with added heel support and lace ties gives the high performance technology that the revolutionary runner is known for.

Just like the adidas UB Gold, the Parley collab stays true to McCartney’s luxury chic aesthetics with its all white upper and minimalistic detailing.

Crafted with style, performance and the love for Mother Nature, the Stella McCartney Parley UltraBOOST X is available now for USD 200 on adidas.com and in-store at select adidas retailers.

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