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Nike Air Trainer 1 Mid Premium NPCE “Cruz II Victory”

Nike introduces a new collaboration program, the NPCE, to produce the brand new Nike Air Trainer 1 Mid Premium NPCE "Cruz II Victory," modeled after V. Cruz.

Nike is introducing the world to a new design project, the Nike Product Creation Experience (NPCE), in which the company gives design and marketing-oriented students the opportunity to collaborate with their professional team and an endorsed athlete to produce exclusive sneakers. The first effort to come to fruition is the Nike Air Trainer 1 Mid Premium “Cruz II Victory.” Choosing the classic Trainer silhouette for the inaugural edition, NPCE teamed up with Giants’ Wide Receiver Victor Cruz to create this “Cruz II Victory.”

These kicks contain some intricate details to make any footwear fiend incessantly drool. The trainer employs a premium black leather upper and a richly woven diamond pattern guaranteed to attract eyeballs when stepping on the city blocks, along with an icy translucent sole that could possibly contain the secret to Cruz’s salsa-stepping savvy. Minor details include a gradient heel tab and “Cruz II Victory” branding on the tongue. These are low-key heat and contain more long-term value than immediate hype seeing as these are VC’s first NSW release.

These Quickstrike Nike Air Trainer 1 Mid Premium NPCE “Cruz II Victory” will be arriving at retailers in limited quantities on September 7th, just in time for NFL kickoff. Get your Tostitos ready for some salsa!

Nike introduces a new collaboration program, the NPCE, to produce the brand new Nike Air Trainer 1 Mid Premium NPCE "Cruz II Victory," modeled after V. Cruz.

Nike introduces a new collaboration program, the NPCE, to produce the brand new Nike Air Trainer 1 Mid Premium NPCE "Cruz II Victory," modeled after V. Cruz.

Nike introduces a new collaboration program, the NPCE, to produce the brand new Nike Air Trainer 1 Mid Premium NPCE "Cruz II Victory," modeled after V. Cruz.

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