TEDxPortland x Nike Waffle Racer “What If?”

April 18, 2013 BY / 2

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Nike gets involved with TEDxPortland once again as we get a look at a special pair of the Nike Waffle Racer created to commemorate the upcoming event on April 27th with the theme of “What If?”. In advance of the event, TEDxPortland has arranged a special scavenger hunt with destination clues and such, with one of the winning prices being the Nike Waffle Racer “What If?”, designed by Adam Welliver and Gemo Wong of Nike. The shoes feature the signature Red/Black colorway associated with the event, with “What If?” significations on the heel, tongue, and lace-tips and a sick insole design from local graphic designer Jake Holloman. Check out the detailed photos below, and if you’re in the area, join in on the TEDxPortland scavenger hunt by RSVPing on the TEDxPortland event page.

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man those insoles are CRACK-aling !!!!!!!!!

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