October 22nd, 2013 by Brendan Dunne / 19
This year’s Nike N7 collection will see the company link up with another Oregonian brand-Pendleton. That source of woolen goods created a special blanket for this year’s collection, with sales of the item benefiting the American Indian College Fund. The blanket’s patterns are used throughout the collection-even hitting on the Nike Air Force 1 High and WMNS Nike Roshe Run pairs that make up the footwear end of the capsule. Continue reading to get a complete look at the Pendleton x Nike N7 Collection, release date October 26th, as well as break downs of the charity set up and each of the items included.
Nike has gone in direct competition against Adidas' new Aztec print range, but I like this, those AF1's are dope.
@schopes no competition! adidas hell ugly. this isn't Aztec either its Pendleton wool inspired by Indians from oregan...no where close to mexico.
@SockandSole Good thing I only wear a men's size 9, fortunately there's a women's 10.5
@SockandSole because originally roshe runs were designed as womens running shoes and gained popularity with men.
@Zach Trimm it has nike zoom and lunarlon tech in it lol
Hey @maxbags I'm gonna let you finish, but the designer of the Roshe Run never said anything about it being a women's only shoe at the beginning. http://www.howtomakeit.com/2012/04/exclusive-the-story-behind-the-nike-roshe-run/
And while I'm on a researching role... If you go to: http://sneakernews.com/tag/nike-roshe-run/page/22/ here on sneaker news it shows that the first designs of the Roshe Run were created for both Men & Women.