Nike iD Berlin Studio Update

A new update has taken place at Berlin’s Nike iD Studio. New materials and colors go hand in hand to provide a more thorough experience. A vast palette of colors has been updated as well as the inclusion of nubuck, full grain leather and other fabrics. Unfortunately the studio is only for invites only. Source: Dunkbar

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A new update has taken place at Berlin’s Nike iD Studio. New materials and colors go hand in hand to provide a more thorough experience. A vast palette of colors has been updated as well as the inclusion of nubuck, full grain leather and other fabrics. Unfortunately the studio is only for invites only.

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