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Nike NSW Footscape Free
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At first glance you may notice that these Nike Footscape Free’s come with a wider frame but after taking a closer look, I’m sure you’ll agree that you can still appreciate the asymmetrical design of this shoe.

Hardly do remixes bode well amongst sneaker purists but the folks at Nike have a pretty good track record in that respect. Originally released in 1995, this sneaker was most notably known for its distinctive asymmetrical lacing system but has received a luxurious upgrade as part of Nike Sportswear’s “NGR” line.

Nike NSW Footscape Free
© End Clothing

Nike NSW Footscape Free
© End Clothing

Nike NSW Footscape Free
© End Clothing

Nike NSW Footscape Free
© End Clothing

With a premium leather upper, tan leather sock-liner, and its cushion-soft Free Sole, the folks at NSW win our hearts yet again.

Available for approx $191 USD from End Clothing's online shop.
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