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NIKE SPORTSWEAR EXP-X14 SNEAKERS

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hey! selling these nike sneakers! they’re super comfy and lots of fun but downsizing my closet and i haven’t worn these in a year. good used condition! covershot taken with flash for all the ~details~ womens size 6! these are a lifestyle shoe not a running one, otherwise would keep in my closet! pls let me know if you have any questions! website description: EXP is shorthand for “experiment,” which was essentially how the Nike Sportswear designers adapted performance running features into a lifestyle shoe. The second part of the shoe’s name, X14, was the original internal codename for Nike React technology (which is used in the shoe’s midsole to provide cushion for all-day comfort). N3546, which is printed on the medial side, represents Steve Prefontaine’s fastest mile (3 minutes and 54.6 seconds) and nods to Nike’s rich history in running. Its look With its translucent upper, this shoe is a modern take on the Nike Zoom Drive (a late-90s running shoe). The exposed TPU plate that cuts across the midsole and tapered heel emulate the Nike Zoom Vaporfly 4% shoes worn by Breaking2 athletes.
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