adidas Originals continues to push the boundaries of footwear design as they’ve showed off a Boost-laden model with the upper constructed of recycled ocean plastic from a collaboration with the environmentally-minded Parley for the Oceans.

Now the Parley adidas Ultra Boost is going to release in a limited run of 7,000 pairs this mid-November. There isn’t a specific date yet, but there is a link to adidas.com with a countdown set to expire on November 15th.

The limited run of the Parley adidas Ultra Boost Uncaged features a clean all white colorway that consists of 95 percent ocean plastic and 5 percent of a recycled polyester, creating a knit textile that still gives off the aesthetic of Primeknit with a sock-like fit on the ankle collar.

The light blue stitching on the heel counter stays in-line with past Parley designs.

adidas has also stated it plans on putting one million pairs of sneakers with Parley’s up-cycled ocean plastic throughout 2017. That target means that at least 11 million bottles recycled by Parley in coastal regions will be put to use, repurposed as performance sportswear.