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Victor Cruz Explains What Happen to the “Red” Nike Air Trainer Cruz

What happen to the Nike Air Trainer Cruz “Red October” release? Victor Cruz explains what really happen and if we’ll be seeing the “Red October” Air Cruz in the near future.

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Complex: There was a red color way that leaked online, but it appears that one won’t be released. Why did that color way ultimately not make the final cut?

VC: “That shoe, Nike made some sample pairs, some sample color ways that they were thinking about coming out but we just decided to use these four for now.”

Victor Cruz Red Nike Air Cruz Release

So does this mean just right now we aren’t getting the Red pair, and we’ll have to wait till mid-Spring 2016? That’s likely not going to happen, but for those interested in finding out the inspiration behind each of the colorways, details on what it’s like working with Nike and so much more, head over to Complex for the full exclusive interview here.

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Founder and Editor in Chief. My passion for sneakers started at age 6 and now I've turned my passion into a profession. Favorite Kicks - Air Jordan 3 "Black Cement"

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