November 16th, 2011 by Aaron Hope
When Nike Sportswear resurrected this classic running silhouette earlier this summer, the original red and black pair came along with two other OG colorways. The Nike Vintage Oregon Waffle is now back in another bred colorway, only this time, the blocking has been altered for a more aggressive look. It’s particularly interesting to see how this Chicago-style look appears when paired with a pre-yellowed VNTG sole, a combination that serves as a reminder of how far sneaker design has come since Bill Bowerman was handmaking the first pairs on a kitchen-ready waffle iron. Click through and you can see more angles on this black and red Oregon Waffle Vintage before buying a pair from Size?
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August 13th, 2011 by Aaron Hope
When sneakerheads discuss the rich legacy of Nike Running, models like the Air Max 1, 90 and 95, the Tailwind series and recent standouts like the LunarGlide all come up with serious merit for ‘GOAT’ status. But without foundational designs like the Nike Oregon Waffle, those newer innovations may have never seen the light of day. The Vintage Oregon Waffle is back with two suede and nylon designs true to the originals, bred and white/pine offering simple yet effective combos to compliment your late summer/early fall attire. Click through to see both pairs in more detail and look for these starting Saturday, August 13th at Nike Sportswear spots like Extra Butter.
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