END. And Nike Server have teamed up with Vibram to offer 35 Air Max obsessed the opportunity to breathe new life into their old Air Max with a resole workshop in store at END. London.
Renowned for his curated collection of rare and obscures Nike styles, Linus Nutland, a.k.a. Nike Server, has a unique and distinct vision on sustainability, utilising the degradation and desirability of his sourced collection as an opportunity to refurbish, recraft and rejuvenate much-loved, highly coveted silhouettes.
Working in partnership with Vibram, the workshop aims to encourage the public not to discard old sneakers, instead giving them a new lease of life with a new Vibram sole and technology. Vibram’s initiative, Repair If You Care, aims to educate consumers on re-using and repairing shoes as a sustainable way of reducing the environmental impact from product waste. Vibram encourages consumers to reuse and personalise their shoes instead of throwing them away, underlining that repair is a valuable opportunity for reducing waste, and a conscious choice linked to sustainability.
Each workshop will consist of a one-hour consultation with Nike Server and Vibram on the first floor at END. London, where you will discuss your love for Air Max and the sole technology applied to your sneaker.
Air Max Day, 26.03.22 - END. London, 59 Broadwick St, Soho, London, W1F 9QS.