Inspired by http://worldaidsday.org/” target=”_blank”>World AIDS Day, http://freshnessmag.com/tag/nike-sportswear/” target=”_blank”>Nike Sportswear took three of its most popular products and reworked them especially for their http://freshnessmag.com/tag/productred/” target=”_blank”>(PRODUCT) RED collection. Completing the awareness trifecta–along with the http://freshnessmag.com/2011/12/01/product-red-x-nike-acg-zoom-meriwether-available-now/” target=”_blank”>Nike ACG Zoom Meriwether and the http://freshnessmag.com/2011/12/01/product-red-x-nike-sportswear-nsw-melton-destroyer-pea-coat-available-now/” target=”_blank”>Destroyer Pea Coat – is the http://sneakersnstuff.com/en/product/7009/nike-nsw-cheyenne-2000″ target=”_blank”>Cheyenne 2000 Backpack. Available as an in-store release only at http://sneakersnstuff.com/” target=”_blank”>SneakersNStuff, this pack’s shoulder straps and external shell receive a cherry red makeover with just the right touch of midnight black detailing. Between the separate laptop compartment, the two quick-access front pockets and the deep main compartment, those lucky enough to land this pack will have more than enough space to carry all their gear. But it is the matte black buckles, padded top handle and subtle (RED) logo that really prove Nike took the time to design an outstanding bag for this cause.
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