Are you looking for a shoe that combines comfort, support, and sustainability? Look no further than the Ghost 15, Brooks’ best-selling running shoe that’s beloved by runners everywhere. And now, it’s even better for the planet.
Let’s start with what makes the Ghost 15 such a great shoe for runners. First of all, it has a trusted fit that ensures your feet stay comfortable and secure, even during long runs. Plus, it features our signature smooth ride and soft cushioning, which make it a favourite among those who want a shoe that can take them from striding to gliding.
But what about sustainability? We’re proud to say that the Ghost 15 now includes 62.5% recycled materials in the upper. That’s right—over half of the materials used to make this shoe are recycled, which means less waste in landfills and a smaller carbon footprint overall.
And that’s not all. Each pair of Ghost 15 shoes is made with six plastic bottles that have been diverted from landfills. That means that not only are we reducing waste, but we’re also helping to clean up the planet by giving plastic bottles a new purpose.
But what does this mean for you? Well, for one thing, it means that you can feel good about your purchase knowing that you’re supporting a more sustainable product. But it also means that you’re getting a shoe that’s durable, comfortable, and built to last. By using recycled materials, we’re not sacrificing quality—we’re enhancing it.
So if you’re looking for a shoe that combines performance, comfort, and sustainability, look no further than the Ghost 15. It’s a shoe that’s ready to take you from striding to gliding, and it’s doing it in a way that’s better for the planet.
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