Adidas has collaborated with Parley for the Oceans, an organization dedicated to reducing plastic waste in oceans, on the first mass-produced footwear made of recycled plastic from oceans. Last year, the collaboration had created a 3-D printed prototype, which is now turning into actual pairs of shoes that customers can buy. The UltraBoost Uncaged Parley shoe will launch in mid-November with 7,000 pairs available. Adidas plans to make one million pairs of the shoe by the end of 2017. The new running shoe features a Primeknit upper made of 95 percent ocean plastic from the Maldives, while the rest of the shoe is also made from largely recycled materials. The shoe's laces, heel webbing, heel cap base material, heel lining and the sock-liner cover are made with recycled materials. The design of the shoe is inspired by ocean waves. Meanwhile, the ongoing partnership between Adidas and Parley for the Oceans has also created one-off football jerseys for Bayern Munich and Real Madrid. The jerseys represent the first apparel to be produced under the partnership. The jerseys are scheduled to be worn by Bayern Munich against TSG 1899 Hoffenheim on Nov. 5, and by Real Madrid when they play Real Sporting de Gijón on Nov. 26. The all-red Bayern Munich and all-white Real Madrid jerseys are made from Parley Ocean Plastic, created from up-cycled marine plastic debris, and use water-based environmentally friendly prints. The jerseys feature the logo of the two football clubs as well as three stripes and sponsors' logos in the same color as the kit for a unique design.