Official imagery of the new Nike Free Inneva Woven 2 in celery is now revealed.
While the colorway does not reflect a celery per se, its tonal yellowish hue is actually evident on the plant when its deprived of nutrients. Overall, the model is essentially similar to its predecessor, as it’s defined by a woven upper with the application of nubuck overlays implemented on the side panels and heel for more reinforcement, as well as a touch of premium flair. Additionally detailed with leather for its lining, the lifestyle sneaker is topped off with a matching full-length sole unit.
This model is currently available at select Nike retailers overseas first, but, a stateside release is imminent.
With its last notable iteration being an Oreo-inspired colorway, the Nike Free RN Flyknit is introduced in a similar color scheme but with a twist.
Flaunting a black/white-colored intricately knitted upper, the punctuating element is focalized on its tongue and inner lateral section of its side panels which bears multicolor threads to perfectly offset the predominantly monochromatic profile.
Additionally detailed with more pop on the flywire system and insoles in volt, the low-top sneaker is finished off with a sleek black rubber sole unit. You can find this latest pair at select Nike accounts now for a retail price tag of $130.