Nike Releases New 'Week Zero' Shoes For 24 Different Programs

College football season is around the corner. Can you feel it?! If you’ve got the fever, and are simultaneously looking for new shoes, you’ll be very interested in what follows.
On Monday, Nike released their new “Week Zero” shoes which feature the colors of 24 of their collegiate program partnerships.
At $100 retail, they seem like they’ll be heavy on repping your team, and light on your wallet. Good looking shoes, too. Check out some of the designs below:

Designs are available in different versions for men and women. As the shoes are new, all sizes appear to be available on Nike’s website. If history is any indicator though, they’ll be going quick. Get them while you can.
Other teams include:

  1. Alabama Crimson Tide
  2. Arizona Wildcats
  3. Arkansas Razorbacks
  4. Clemson Tigers
  5. Duke Blue Devils
  6. Florida Gators
  7. Florida State Seminoles
  8. Georgia Bulldogs
  9. Kentucky Wildcats
  10. LSU Tigers
  11. Michigan State Spartans
  12. Michigan Wolverines
  13. North Carolina Tar Heels
  14. Ohio State Buckeyes
  15. Oklahoma Sooners
  16. Oklahoma State Cowboys
  17. Oregon Ducks
  18. Oregon State Beavers
  19. Penn State Nittany Lions
  20. TCU Horned Frogs
  21. Tennessee Volunteers
  22. Texas Longhorns
  23. USC Trojans
  24. West Virginia Mountaineers

The shoes are intended to simulate the feeling of being barefoot. They are lightweight, and the result of four years of study the bio-mechanics of runners feet in motion. Nike says they became interested in developing the shoe after learning that Stanford athletes preferred to train barefoot.
The lightweight material is reinforced with flywire cables that provide stability to comfortably make dynamic cuts and provide safe, comfortable support.
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