Nike Sportswear "Tastes Like Victory" T-Shirt Collection

Nike Japan introduce a new collection of T-shirts under the theme “Tastes Like Victory.” The

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Nike Japan introduce a new collection of T-shirts under the theme “Tastes Like Victory.” The regionally relevant capsule involves five separate cities in Japan including Hokkaido, Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka and Fukuoka. The subsequent icons to match each city are as follows: Running Potato, Running Eel, Running Shrimp, Running Takoyaki (octopus balls) and Running Mentaiko (marinated pollock roe). The collection will be available early July through select Nike Sportswear dealers in each city.

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