Nike N7 Holiday 2013 Collection

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

As if Nike’s products weren’t already difficult enough for us to keep our hands off this holiday season, the Swoosh has decided to team up with Pendleton Woolen Mills for their Native American inspired Nike N7 Holiday 2013 Collection.

The entire collection is stunning, from the PWM N7 Roshe Run and PWN N7 Air Force 1 High all the way down to the PWM N7 Windrunner jacket, but this is more than just a series of fresh new threads. It’s a collection with a cause. The two brands have collaborated to create a blanket that would benefit the American Indian College Fund, helping American Indian Students obtain college scholarships. The limited edition collection began hitting select Nike retailers (including the Nike online store) earlier this week. Expect these items to go quickly. [Via]

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