Inspired by the pinnacles of Spider Rock in Arizona’s Canyon de Chelly National Park, the pattern on the Nike Presto Premium Pendleton iD references the home of Spider Woman, the Navajo deity of weaving.
Inspired by decorative sugar skulls and marigolds, the pattern on the Nike Air Huarache Premium Pendleton iD references the holiday Dia De los Muertos and rituals celebrating the goddess, Mictecacihuatl.
Inspired by gems found in the Arkansas Diamond Mine, the pattern on the Nike Roshe One Premium Pendleton iD references Diamonds State Park, the only place in the world where visitors can mine diamonds and other gems that emerge from a single volcanic pipe.
Look for the NIKEiD Pendleton options to become available on November 3rd, 2016 directly through Nike.com/NIKEiD.
UPDATE: The NIKEiD Pendleton option is now live, click here.