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Nike Free Woven – Black – Wolf Grey

November 24, 2012 BY / 0

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Two of Nike Sportswear’s signature lifestyle design elements come together on one supremely anatomy-friendly release in the Nike Free Woven. Featuring an easy-on/easy-off build whose all-black mix of elastics and leather makes them appear supremely luxurious, especially from a distance, the latest Woven lowtop rides a Free 3.0 sole for the most natural barefoot-mimicking experience. Earlier images suggested these come in the black/white combo that’s been scorching hot in 2012 but these new shots show it’s actually a Wolf Grey bottom, so have a closer look below before you buy, then grab a pair from Kicks-crew.

Nike Free Woven NRG
Black/Black-Wolf Grey
577615-001

 

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