Adidas has already unveiled a Pure Boost sneaker made from ocean plastic this year, but it decided that 2015 should have TWO sneakers made from recycled ocean plastics. So here we are with a brand new Futurecraft shoe that follows in the footsteps of the first prototype and the Futurecraft Superstars that used CNC machining on leather. This just takes the brand's sustainability movement to the next level. Adidas even plans on discontinuing the use of plastic bags at its stores worldwide next year. These Futurecrafts use a 3D printed midsole made of recycled polyester and gill net—which gives it that nice bluish-greenish turquoise tint—and an upper made out of recycled ocean plastic. The result is a really good looking shoe. That grey-green/blue color combination is pretty damn good. As with all things incredibly technologically advanced, we're not sure if these will be available at all, but if they are, we'll let you know. In the meantime, you can learn more about the environmental problems that have spurred the creation of these shoes in a video from Adidas.