From materials to alternate construction methods, Adidas is among the leaders in efforts to reduce plastic waste. Their new No-Dye golf shoes are no exception. Encompassing the Tour-proven ZG21 Motion, ZG21 Motion BOA, and adicross ZX Primeblue, the collection features textile uppers that are left in their natural colorway. While they still require a post-treatment step, this achieves an average of 60 percent savings on water and energy. The uppers are made from either a minimum of 50 percent recycled content or a minimum of 50 percent Parley Ocean Plastic, making them even more Earth-friendly, while the distinct, untreated look should make for an interesting statement out on the course.