Nike Sportswear Presto 2011 Spring/Summer Collection

Originally designed by Nike Innovation Kitchen’s head honcho Tobie Hatfield, the creation of

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Originally designed by Nike Innovation Kitchen’s head honcho Tobie Hatfield, the creation of the release in the first half of the 2000s would lay the foundation for other monumental developments for the sportswear brand. Stating that the Presto helped pave the way for the likes of Nike’s Free segment, the Presto has been sparingly released in the last few seasons with a new batch slated for Spring/Summer 2011. Featuring its breathable mesh upper, Air unit and T-shirt-esque sizing, some bold and bright colors will make for some perfect summer sneakers.

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