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Nike Sportswear unveils its latest project at select retailers, including German-based sneaker boutique 43einhalb. Dubbed the “Campfire” pack, the capsule is a tribute to the legendary meeting between Nike designer Tinker Hatfield, Dan Wieden and David Kennedy, when the trio in turn came up with the idea to launch a new Nike ACG (All Conditions Gear) line.
The pack consists of the Air Max 90 and the Air Huarache, each boasting design elements that have been inspired by a well-prepared camping trip. We see leather, ripstop nylon, flannel, woodgrain, and a starry motif all coming together on the footwear, in addition to a special tongue patch that depicts a campfire with marshmallows ready to be roasted.
You can look forward to the Nike Sporstwear “Campfire” pack releasing at special accounts like 43einhalb