A new Nike Free OG ’14 colorway pays tribute to the nation of Japan. More specifically, the Nike Free OG ’14 “Tokyo” is named for the capital of Japan, and takes its visual inspiration from hallmarks of Japanese natural history like cherry blossoms and bamboo.
The Nike Free OG ’14 “Tokyo” pairs a mostly black upper with hits of pink and Volt, and it all rests on top of a Nike Free sole. “JAPAN” branding in both English and Japanese across the front of the tongue completes the look of the sneaker.
There’s an image of the Nike Free OG ’14 “Tokyo” up at the top that shows its clean and simple color blocking, and if it looks like something you’d like to leave at your door when you come inside, head to your local Nike retailer or the Nike online store here, where the sneaker is set to drop on June 13th, with a price tag of $120.