Making its debut last December, Nike Sportswear‘s Free Inneva Woven was heralded by many as one of the best releases of 2012. Drawing upon design principles originally introduced by Nike’s Air Woven in 2000 and maximizing the brand’s “less is more” philosophy, the Free Inneva Woven makes use of a hand-woven nylon upper that, when laced, acts as a complex 360-degree web that fully cradles and supports the foot. Couple that with a low-profile Free 5.0 sole and you have the perfect juxtaposition of luxury and minimalism. Now, we bring you a closer look at the latest iteration of the design – the Nike Free Inneva Woven SP. Released last month in conjunction with this season’s Pinnacle Collection of Italian-made pieces from NSW, the SP editions of the unique design include black and Photo Blue colorways, as well as a pink edition crafted specifically for women. Enjoy a closer look at the trio – pieces which may still be available at your local Nike Sportswear retailer.
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