Most of the shoe features delicate suede uppers with geometric perforations for added breathability. Starting at the top of the shoe is an embroidered tongue tag labeled with “NIKE” branding. Below this is a set of gray laces over dark brown mesh. In addition, an orange Swoosh is placed over the sidewalls, complementing the shoe’s two-toned ripstop heel tab. All of these details rest over a crisp white midsole for added comfort and support.
No official release dates have been confirmed, but Nike’s Free Run Trail “Dark Riftwood” is expected to land soon on the label’s website for $110 USD.
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