Special edition Nike shoes for 7 SEC teams available now for sale (Ladies too!)

Nike has officially launched the new batch of 2017 “Week Zero” Free Trainer v7 shoes, and seven SEC schools are included in the teams selected for this special release.

In the 2017 release of Nike’s “Week Zero” shoes, the following SEC schools were included: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Kentucky, LSU, Tennessee, and Georgia.

Without further ado, let’s get to the shoes!

Note: Some schools offer both men’s and women’s editions of the shoes. In such cases, the two are listed separately.

Nike Alabama 2017 Edition ‘Week Zero’ Trainers

Crimson Tides are usually included in these special builds, as there are a lot of Alabama fans.

Version for men

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Ladies version

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Nike Arkansas 2017 Edition ‘Week Zero’ Trainers

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Georgia 2017 Edition Nike ‘Week Zero’ Trainers

The red and black that represent the Georgia Bulldogs always look great on these Nike shoes.

Version for men

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Ladies version

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Nike Florida 2017 Edition ‘Week Zero’ Trainers

Version for men

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Ladies version

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Kentucky 2017 Edition Nike ‘Week Zero’ Trainers

Version for men

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Ladies version

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LSU 2017 Edition Nike ‘Week Zero’ Shoes

As always, the LSU edition of these shoes is excellent. Is there anything that purple and gold don’t look good in? Click here to buy the shoesor click on the image below.


Nike Tennessee 2017 Edition ‘Week Zero’ Trainers

Version for men

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Ladies version

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