Nike's Cortez Goes for Gold, Silver & Bronze

The Swoosh’s classic runner sweeps the medal stand.

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This summer’s Olympics may firmly be in the rearview, but it looks like Nike is already looking toward the 2018 winter games in Pyeongchang with this Cortez three-pack. Perfect for the medal stand, the premium renditions of the retro runner come in metallic gold, silver and bronze finishes, each of which employs leather construction along with a dual-colored midsole.

You can pick up all three now via SNEAKERS.FR‘s Snkrs while supplies last.

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