Nike Free “Genealogy” 10th Anniversary Black Pack

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

Nike’s Free technology is one of, if not the most comfortable technology to ever hit the sneaker scene. The Swoosh is paying homage to the ultra comfy soles we all know and love with the Genealogy of Free black pack.

Part of the comprehensive “Genealogy of Free” pack, this particular subset features nothing but blacked out versions of our favorite runners. The range includes the Nike Free OG, Sock Racer, Free Run+2 and the downright beautiful Air Presto. All 4 pairs in the set are sporting an upper decked out in all black, and finished off with black speckled light grey outsoles. Expect these sneakers to begin landing at select Nike retailers on April 22nd, but act fast, because these will sell out quickly. [Purchase]

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