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Nike Alabama Crimson Tide once again makes it to Nike Special Edition Sale

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Alabama Crimson Tide: Once again makes it to Nike's special edition sale

Sports-wear lovers, we have some great news for you!! Are your jogging shoes worn out, or by any chance you are looking out to purchase a spare one?? This is the right spot for you!! Nike is offering irresistible deal once again.

Usual customers know that this time of the month is all dedicated to football by Nike. For unknown and oblivious followers, the Nike Alabama Crimson Tide special edition is on sale!

Alabama Crimson Tide: Once again makes it to Nike's special edition sale

Alabama Crimson Tide shoe appearance
Source: Amazon.ca

Alabama Crimson Tide Nike sale is ragging now!

Every year around this time Nike launches its special annual release. Focusing solely and entirely on the college football shoes, giving an early kick-start to season kickoff. However, each year doing the same things makes it boring and monotonous.

Ergo to add a little extra spark and charm in the release a handful of teams are selected to be included. The anticipation and excitement what all will make it to the list keep the audience and consumers on their toes.

Know what more this year’s sale

Alabama Crimson Tide: Once again makes it to Nike's special edition sale

Detailed appearance of the shoe
Source: Amazon.ca

Like several other years, this year as well Alabama Crimson Tide is in for Nike’s special shoe release. This year each model is featuring Nike’s super famous Pegasus line of shoes. Other teams that are included are Florida, LSU, Tennessee and Georgia.

Even Arkansas and Kentucky have made it to the special football launch list. The Alabama Crimson Tide Nike shoe is all grey in colour with crimson(as the name specifies) shoelace.

Giving it the final touch and uber-cool effects are the crimson red ‘A’. The ‘A’ is ingrained on either side of the shoe and highlights its purpose as well as the beauty of the shoe.

For more updates and information stay tuned to The Geek Herald.

 

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