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The Partly-Recycled Nike Free Terra Vista Appears With “Mint Foam” Accents

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Aesthetically, the Nike Free Terra Vista resembles handfuls of Nike Running options from the early 2010s. Yet, the proposition presents an innovative manufacturing process, as it features a number of “Move to Zero” initiatives.

Built atop the Nike Free technology that dominated the brand’s footwear lineup a decade ago, the newly-surfaced pair boasts a durable mix of suede, mesh and ripstop nylon materials for a build ready for the trails. Most overlays across the upper indulge in a vibrant “Bright Spruce,” while the aforementioned tooling underfoot opts for a tonal grey tone. The Nike Grind material found at the heel introduces some multi-color flair, as well as eco-consciousness.

No official Nike.com release date has been disclosed by the brand, but that’s likely to change in the first-half of the new year. In the meantime, enjoy product shots of the pair ahead.

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Nike Free Terra Vista
Release Date: Dec 29th, 2021 (Wednesday)
Color: Black/Bright Spruce/Oil Green/Mint Foam
Mens: $120 Style Code: CZ1757-002

North AmericaDec 29th, 2021 (Wednesday)

Images: Nike