mita sneakers x Nike Free Woven 4.0

The Nike Free Woven has seen a resurgence ever since adopting the free sole to create an even more barefoot feel that’s certainly garnered the pair some clambering fans. Today we get a preview of an upcoming collaboration with Japanese retailer Mita Sneakers that sees the pair adopt a rather US-centric patriotic look with the woven adopting a navy base while interweaving white and red patches mark an X on the toe. This NSW release also features a cork-like lining with a chain link fence printed on top – a familiar sight if you’ve ever been to mita sneakers in-store. Continue on to see the latest Nike Free Woven 4.0 offering and stay tuned to Sneaker News for release info.

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