Nike Released Men’s Trainers For The Biggest College Football Programs And These Are A Must For Gameday
The 2016-2017 College Football Season officially kicked off last Friday when Cal beat up on Hawaii in Australia. It was a strange game to start the College Football season for sure, but that doesn’t change the fact that THE SEASON IS UPON US and we all need to gear up right the heck now before Rivalry Week hits in just a few short weeks. I’m an alumnus of Florida State University and from the moment the College Football season starts all I can think about is Garnet and Gold, and I’m guessing that most of you bros out there feel similarly about your colleges and football teams.
I’ve got my FSU shirts, hats, and I’ve even got a pair of FSU Chubbies (from back before the NCAA forced Chubbies to stop making college shorts without a license). One thing I don’t have though is a pair of the Nike Train Speed 4 Amp Men’s Training Shoes, a line of Nike shoes devoted to all of the CFB teams Nike sponsors (Ohio State, FSU, Alabama, LSU, Florida Gators, Texas, Michigan, etc etc). Below I’ve attempted to include all of the major programs’ shoes, and I sincerely apologize if I didn’t include your team but that doesn’t necessarily mean Nike doesn’t make a shoe for your school. You can scroll below to see your team’s Nike Train Speed 4 Amp shoe and if you don’t see your program just CLICK HERE to see all of Nike’s offerings.
Again, if you didn’t see your school above that doesn’t necessarily mean that Nike doesn’t manufacture shoes for your school’s program it just means that I haven’t featured them above. You can check ALL OF NIKE’S COLLEGIATE GEAR HERE to see if your school is listed and if there’s a Nike Train Speed 4 for your football team. And if you’re looking to save some money on new running/athletic shoes I threw together a list of 12 Nike Shoes On Clearance In August, so follow that link to save a buck!
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