by Brandon Richard
Paying tribute to two sports icons, the shoe blends elements of Federer's own Nike Zoom Vapor 9.5 with Michael Jordan's Air Jordan 3. The 'Black Cement' colorway is the second to release, following the 'Cement' launch in August.
Federer ousted Canada's Milos Raonic in straight sets to advance to the next series of matches.
NikeLab locations and nike.com will carry the shoe tomorrow.
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