Nike Free Crater Trail N7 Gets Reworked With a Trail-Ready Build

The N7 initiative by Nike — a collection devoted to the culture and traditions of Native American and Indigenous communities — has been around since 2009 and has since seen a plethora of footwear and apparel launches. This year, the ongoing series is set to expand with more offerings, and the latest to be unveiled is this reworked Nike Free Crater Trail N7 that’s been equipped with trail-centric elements.

Side panels have been modified with zig-zag-shaped cages that attach to the added toe tip overlay and extend to the heels. These are done up in a drab olive hue and complemented by the golden yellow laces that they hold in place. Beneath that is a buttery suede base layer that’s dripped out in a mossy green hue, and this is accessorized with a tonal throat banner with a toggle lacing system. More earthy accents poke out through the interiors which have been adjusted with a rustic orange shearling along with the tiny Swooshes on the midsoles. Nike Grind materials have also been implemented into the Free sole unit and this is indicated by the speckled treading.

No release info for these has been announced just yet, but you can likely find these releasing in the coming months.

In other news, check out the Nike Dunk Low “Kentucky Alternate” colorway.

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