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The Nike Sportswear Footscape Free “Safety Orange” Sneakers Are New Year’s Resolution Must-Haves

Submitted by on December 9, 2011 – 1:37 pmNo Comment
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It’s almost 2012. And you know what that means, right? It’s time to make a New Year’s resolution! So, what’s it gonna be this year: Lose weight? Exercise more? Join the gym? If any of those sound like the resolution you’re gonna make, you should probably put a pair of the new Nike Sportswear Footscape Free “Safety Orange” sneakers on your Christmas list immediately. Why? Well, just take a look at them.

For starters, these sneakers are bright. And loud. And, well, frankly they’re a little bit obnoxious. And obnoxious is exactly what you should be going for if you’re going to be using your New Year’s resolution to hit the streets and exercise more outdoors this winter. These sneakers come equipped with “Safety Orange” for a reason. They’re basically impossible to miss and they’ll help you to stay safe if you’re working out outside.

That’s not the only cool feature they have, though. The Footscape also gets the Free technology treatment from Nike. That means they come with the asymmetrical lacing system that the Free sneakers have and a comfortable fit that’ll make these your favorite sneakers to work out in when 2012 finally hits. So, what are you waiting for? Put these on your list. Or, plan on scooping a pair with your Christmas cash. If you’re serious about your New Year’s resolution, they’re worth the investment.

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