Nike Free Run+ 2 Suede – Holiday 2012 Colorways

October 14, 2012 BY / 1

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After eighteen months straight on store shelves and a third of that concurrent with its sequel, it’s clear the Nike Free Run+ 2 has uncommon staying power.  This lightweight, anatomically correct runner has so much crossover appeal that some of the original colorways from the Quickstrike ‘City Pack’ are being reprised only a year and a half after they debuted.  The Pine Green, Anthracite and black styles initially released in limited numbers with tongue tags shouting out Rio de Janeiro, New York and Tokyo, respectively have been de-city’d for wider distribution, as well as equipped with a new rubberized toe bumper for extra durability.  So gone are the reflective laces and local colors, and in their place, a potentially more durable style for the masses, and you can see all three individually below before they arrive at select Nike Sportswear dealers soon.

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erickwright21
erickwright21

I tried so hard to get at least one of the city pack, but no god damn luck, oh well

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