Christmas Gift Guide: Nike x Roundel Air Zoom Spiridon

One for the sneakerheads this Christmas.

6 months Ago · Joe Reeve · 1464 Views

Nike has collaborated with London brand Roundel for a limited edition version of the Air Zoom Spiridon covered with the Johnston100 typeface - the font used by Transport for London.

Coming in two colourways, white and navy, the shoe features reflective 3M taping on the lacing system, an embroidered TFL logo on the tongue, an iridescent synthetic leather swoosh and reflective mudguards.

The collaboration marks the 100th anniversary of the TFL font, which was originally designed by calligrapher Edward Johnston in 1916.

You’ll have to be lucky to snap up a pair however, following a sold-out pop-up event at Charing Cross Station last week, the shoe will be going on general sale from 23 November.

You can enter a draw to be in with a chance to buy a pair over on End Clothing. Enter for the white version here and the navy version here.

It could be there perfect gift for the favourite sneakerhead in your life!

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See our full Christmas Gift Guide, which will be running up until Christmas, here.

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