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1970s Nike Pre Montreal Racer trainers get a reissue

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Not just one colour back on the market, there are six colour options for the reissue of the 1970s Nike Pre Montreal Racer trainers.

The shoes were designed back on 1973 and designed for Nike's first-ever sponsored athlete, Steve Prefontaine, a 5000m runner who died before he could compete at the Montreal games in 1976. So in essence, a shoe in tribute to that man.

Aside from the many colours  available, this lightweight runner has a mix of nylon and suede for the upper, a contrast 'swoosh' and a Nike Vintage tongue, as well as a vintage treatment to the sole.

All colours (some of which are less bold than the ones above) are priced the same, yours for £55.

Find out more at the End Clothing website

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