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Nike Vandal 2K Releasing in Black and Metallic Gold

Releasing along side the OG-inspired “Metallic Silver” pair, the Nike Vandal 2K will also be releasing in a Black and Metallic Gold colorway.

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A remixed of the 1985 classic that features its iconic collar strap highlighted with a stacked sole. Its Black upper is complimented with Metallic Gold accents with White appearing on the Swoosh, strap and sole.

Nike Vandal 2K Black Metallic Gold Release Date

Look for the Nike Vandal 2K “Black/Metallic Gold” to release in women’s sizing on May 5th at select retailers and Nike.com. The retail price tag is set at $120 USD.

Nike Vandal 2K
Color: Black/Metallic Gold
Style Code: AO2868-002
Release Date: May 5, 2018
Price: $120

Nike Vandal 2K Black Metallic Gold AO2868-002

Nike Vandal 2K Black Metallic Gold AO2868-002

Nike Vandal 2K Black Metallic Gold AO2868-002

Nike Vandal 2K Black Metallic Gold AO2868-002

Nike Vandal 2K Black Metallic Gold AO2868-002

Nike Vandal 2K Black Metallic Gold AO2868-002

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