The Nike Free Inneva Woven Shoe is a Chinese Finger Trap for Your Feet

By: Wes Walcott - Published: Sep 25, 2012 • References: nikeinc & gizmodo
Engineered to imitate the inherent biomechanics of the human foot, the Nike Free Inneva Woven basketball shoe wonderfully blends high-tech materials with old school building methods to produce some truly cutting-edge footwear.

Featuring an intricate hand-woven design and dynamic lacing system, the Nike Free Inneva Woven shoe has a style that's both functional and looks great.

Although the first Nike Air Woven shoe was introduced back in 2000, this 2012 model represents a substantial upgrade with a weave pattern that has varied strand widths for improved flexibility, breathability and support.

The Nike Free Inneva Woven shoe hit stores globally on September 22nd, 2012; however, they are only being made in limited supply so if you want to get your feet on a pair, you better move fast. Stats for Braided Basketball Shoes Trending: Older & Average
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