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Nike Free Powerlines “Olympic Rings”

by Joseph

Nike Free Powerlines

The Olympiad is always a big deal with athletic brands like Nike. It’s a great opportunity for them to tie their brand in with something that has a very long and prestigious history. With that in mind, here are the new “Olympic Rings” Nike Free Powerlines with an Olympic-themed blue, yellow, green, and red colorway, all on top of a classy black base layer.

If you want to show off your Olympic spirit with a pair of these sneakers, keep an eye on your local Nike retailer, where they’re set to arrive soon.  With the original Nike Free Powerlines (non Olympic version) selling at Nike’s online store for $110, we expect this newest edition to the collection to be priced somewhere in that ballpark.

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