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Nike Running Shield Collection on NIKEiD

October 11, 2011 BY / 1

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One of the keys to a well-designed running shoe is ventilation, but like any weekend warrior could tell you, cold, nasty weather and breathable, porous mesh aren’t exactly BFFs.  So those looking to keep fit footing the outdoor trails will be thrilled to learn of the latest addition to NIKEiD: the Nike Running Shield Collection.  The Shield set of six released earlier this month in a Vintage Box-esque color theme, but the above pictured ‘Sprite’ selection is just one of countless combinations you can apply to Nike Free Run+ 2 and LunarGlide+ 3; got anything special in mind?  Click through to see more samples and let us know which combos look best on each model.

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