Pendleton x NIKEiD Collection

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

Nike continues to keep the heat coming strong through the colder months of the year. This time around the Swoosh has teamed up with the folks at Pendleton for a brand new NIKEiD sneaker collection.

The two brands are no strangers to collaborations. In fact, they recently teamed up for the N7 Holiday collection. The latest series sees the Nike Roshe Run, Nike Air Force 1, Nike Zoom Stefan Janoski and the Nike Blazer High, all decked out in Pendleton fabric. Keep in mind the entire collection is limited, with the Air Force 1 silhouettes retiring on December 31st of this year, and the remaining models sun setting on February 15th, 2014 (some lucky guys will be getting these for Valentine’s Day). Of course you can also customize your very own Nike iD Pendleton sneakers by heading over to the Nike online store now.

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