Since clogs and mules started to trend in the upwards direction over the course of the pandemic, Nike has been able to capitalize on this movement by releasing various models that you can easily kick on and off. We've witnessed the brand introduce multiple versions of its Offline sandal and now it's set to broaden this N7 category — a line devoted to celebrating Native American and indigenous communities — with an N7 Free Crater Trail Mule.
This upcoming silhouette is essentially a reworked version of the Nike Free Crater Trail Moc N7. The only element here that's kept intact is the sole unit, leaving the entire upper half to arrive in a modernized fashion. The kicks are bereft of woven paneling and instead opt for webbing that starts near the ankles and wraps all the way to the toe fronts. The mules are backdropped in a light beige hue, but come contrasted with dusty pink blotches that form a camo-like effect. N7 logos are debossed into the tongues and appear in a green hue to match up with the heel tabs.
You can expect these to release via Nike in the coming weeks, so check them out above while you wait on their arrival.
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