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Nike Classic Cortez Premium QS Pack

Forrest Gump’s iconic silhouette, the Nike Classic Cortez is returning in three original colorways.

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Each Nike Cortez model features a premium leather upper, foam tongue and solid colored Nike Swoosh logos. A full-length EVA foam midsole adds a thick layer of padding to keep your foot elevated over rugged surfaces. Additionally, a rubber outsole molded in a herringbone pattern provides superior traction in classic Cortez form.

Check out the Nike Classic Cortez Premium QS Pack below and look for the first release of the legendary silhouette to take place this Saturday, February 28 at shops like Foot Patrol.

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