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Nike Sportswear Is Releasing 3 New Lines of Footwear, Including The "N.354"

Celebrating the brand’s legacy in experimentation, utilitarian problem-solving and vanguard style.

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Nike Sportswear Is Releasing 3 New Lines of Footwear, Including The "N.354"

Celebrating the brand’s legacy in experimentation, utilitarian problem-solving and vanguard style.

Nike has announced it will be releasing a line of new footwear – N. 354, THE10TH and D/MS/X. Created to celebrate the brand’s legacy in experimentation, utilitarian problem-solving and vanguard style, respectively, each of these lines is “a mix of classic and fresh silhouettes.”

The N.354 takes inspiration from legendary track and field athlete Steve Prefontaine’s fastest mile time. Sneakers under this line will be designed based on archival pieces along with new ideas to push the boundaries of footwear design. Meanwhile, THE10TH line honors Nike’s co-founder Bill Bowerman, who served in the 10th Montain Division of the U.S. Army specializing in conquering mountainous and arctic conditions. Shoes under this line will include hints of outdoor and utility with functional features. Finally, the D/MS/X line brings footwear together with niche sports like motocross. The range will feature reworks of classic designs with new silhouettes and added functionality.

Take a look at the images above for a preview of the models, which will be arriving at Nike’s web store later this month.

While you’re here, take a look at the brand’s ZoomX Vista Grind releasing in a new colorway, “Racer Blue.”

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