Environmental detail of our products

Since 1949, our purpose has been to help people achieve a sound mind in a sound body. To do this, we need a sound earth to run on. Today, we’re committed to making a positive impact on people and our earth for the next generation.

The materials and other resources we use to make our products are valuable, and we are committed to using them as efficiently as possible. To achieve our targets, we are making smart material and design choices to ensure that more of our materials can be reused and reduce the waste being disposed of in landfill. We limit our products’ impact on the planet by focusing on the materials used, the production processes we employ, and the features of the products themselves.

Our target is to switch 100% of the polyester used in our shoes and sportswear products to be recycled polyester by 2030. This is part of our move toward a more circular approach, which involves expanding our use of recycled materials in our products.

Now we are taking the next step and allowing you to trace your products, understand their origin and composition, as well as the packaging composition and recyclability. It is with this in mind that we have developed overviews that allow you to find out more about your ASICS products and their environmental characteristics, in accordance with the French AGEC law. You can find the product details in the following links:

•    Footwear
•    Apparel and Accessories

At the moment, you may not find all articles in the lists because we are currently working to improve the availability of our data and your experience in this area.

Information on hazardous products
By meeting stricter requirements than those of international laws and standards, and in accordance with the REACH regulations, the products marketed by ASICS do not fall within the scope of application of the regulations. This is because they do not contain substances of extremely high concern (SVHC) above the determined limit values (0.1% w/w).

Recyclability of products
In application of article R.541-221 VI of the environmental code, Refashion considers that there is no information relating to recyclability to be included in the product sheet concerning the environmental qualities and characteristics of textile products for clothing, household linen and shoes.