New colorways of the Nike Free Inneva Woven are featured this Spring 2016, as the sneaker is defined by its textile upper that interconnects seamlessly with the laces to create a flexbile glove-like fit.
Showcased in two colorways — black and fountain blue — the low-top sneakers provides superior support to the arch of the foot, while the 360-degree upper hugs the forefoot to enable natural, dynamic movement. Other notable details include subtle branding on the tongue label and heel tab with a miniature version of the iconic Swoosh.
Further detailed with matching rope-style laces to perfectly coordinate with its intricate outdoor-like aesthetic, the models are offset against a clean white rubber outsole that offers enhanced durability and waffle flex grooves for superior traction. Additionally, a suede heel is utilized to provide premium flair.
You can find it at select Nike accounts overseas now, while a stateside release is imminent.
I haven’t bought a pair but I’ve always liked the look. These offerings are nice but I’ll be more interested if a tan-colored version was offered.
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