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3M x Nike TC 29000 XT Releases in ‘Pink Blast’ and ‘Light Orewood Brown

3M Nike TC 7900 LX Pink Blast CU7763-600 Release Date Info

Nike will debut two color options of the TC 7900 LX in collaboration with 3M. Both will launch in women’s sizing.

The first pair features a Pink Blast/Light Orewood Brown-Hyper Crimson-Reflect Silver color theme, while the second comes in Light Orewood Brown/Black-Hyper Crimson-Reflect Silver. Crafted from lightweight but tough materials like Thinsulate and workwear-inspired Scotchlite, the heavy-duty upper merges everyday utility with style. The padded collar and soft foam cushioning add lasting comfort while reflective details are there to echo your shine.

For those that are interested in buying the 3M TC 7900 LX in Pink Blast and Light Orewood Brown, the two are available now at select retailers and Nike.com. The retail price is $120 each. Below, you can check out more images that will give you a closer look.

3M x Nike TC 7900 LX
Color: Pink Blast/Light Orewood Brown-Hyper Crimson-Reflect Silver
Style Code: CU7763-600
Price: $120

3M Nike TC 7900 LX Pink Blast CU7763-600 Release Date Info

3M Nike TC 7900 LX Pink Blast CU7763-600 Release Date Info

3M Nike TC 7900 LX Pink Blast CU7763-600 Release Date Info

3M Nike TC 7900 LX Pink Blast CU7763-600 Release Date Info

3M Nike TC 7900 LX Pink Blast CU7763-600 Release Date Info

3M x Nike TC 7900 LX
Color: Light Orewood Brown/Black-Hyper Crimson-Reflect Silver
Style Code: CU7763-100
Price: $120

3M Nike TC 7900 LX Light Orewood Brown CU7763-100 Release Date Info

3M Nike TC 7900 LX Light Orewood Brown CU7763-100 Release Date Info

3M Nike TC 7900 LX Light Orewood Brown CU7763-100 Release Date Info

3M Nike TC 7900 LX Light Orewood Brown CU7763-100 Release Date Info

3M Nike TC 7900 LX Light Orewood Brown CU7763-100 Release Date Info

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