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Nike Free Run+ 2 EXT – Desert Sand – Electric Orange

April 4, 2013 BY / 0

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Nike Sportswear continues to bridge the gap between modernity and the golden era of sneakers with more suede and mesh styles for one of today’s instant classics. The Nike Free Run+ 2 EXT still has plenty more to offer, as evidenced by this new style blending a Desert Sand base layer with Smoke ‘ligaments’, a black suede overlay and Electric Orange on the sole. This combination of blocking and materials is a new one even for this model bordering on innumerable colorways, so you’ll want to have a closer look after the jump below, then pre-order in advance of the May shipment from End.

Nike Free Run+ 2 EXT
Desert Sand/Smoke-Black-Electric Orange
555174-008





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