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Nike Free Trainer 5.0 – Game Royal – Photo Blue

March 10, 2013 BY / 4

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The Nike Free Trainer 5.0 had been quiet for quite a while, but quickly moves from teal to blue for a second new colorway in a week. This Game Royal and Photo Blue Free Trainer 5.0 utilizes a similar tonal array as the aforementioned Atomic Teal edition. Both of them feature featherweight synthetics, but this pair feels a bit more familiar with its gradient approach as compared to the more modern faceted blocking template for the teals. Let us know which of these you like better after seeing more shots below, then grab a pair from Kicks-crew.

Nike Free Trainer 5.0
Game Royal/White-Tide Pool-Photo Blue
511018-401

 

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4 comments
juelz203
juelz203

a speckled midsole would have set these off big time!

KenDo
KenDo

Kinda reminds me of the playstation colorway af1s. They nice tho

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