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adidas skips the dye process for its TERREX ZeroDye Pack

The company embraces sustainability with its natural-colored sneakers.
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adidas Terrex Agravic

adidas is skipping colorways altogether for its latest running shoe collection, the Terrex ZeroDye Pack. Since they're leaving the sneakers in their natural color state, adidas is able to save natural resources and makes a stronger move toward sustainability in shoe manufacturing. The trail-focused running shoes will come in four undyed styles: the Terrex Two Boa, the Terrex Agravic Speed, the Terrex Trailmaker, and our favorite, the Boost-fortified Terrex Agravic.

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