Nike's been coming out with woven-based sneakers for a minute now, but the Free Inneva Woven is one of the newer styles in the catalog that has seen limited runs. For fall/winter, the minimalist sneaker returns as part of the latest N7 collection.

As a tribute to Native American and Aboriginal culture in the Northwest, the Nike Free Inneva Woven serves as the perfect choice. Complete with a hand-woven upper, the core elements of the silhouette are in line with traditional basket weaving, which is a major part of Native American culture. The weave is also based on the design philosophy that "less is more," resulting in minimal material waste by using only what's actually needed. From the gold leather detailing at the heel to the gradient upper, the new colorway of the lifestyle runner does not disappoint. Let's hope this is just the start of a slew of new colorways that will drop.

You can cop the sneakers today for $180 on Nike.com. Proceeds will benefit the N7 Fund to help support Native American and Aboriginal youth sport programs. 

[via Nike]