With Kirk Cousins busy asking his new hometown supporters in Minnesota “You Like That?”, the nation’s capital has turned to the always reliable Alex Smith to get them over the NFC East hump this season. Luckily for Smith, the resurgent Adrian Peterson, and the rest of the Redskins, the NFC East is arguably the worst division in football, with the cellar dwelling Giants, the offensively challenged Cowboys, and the Super Bowl hangover-ridden Eagles struggling out of the gate. With a 4-2 record, the ‘Skins are the only team in that division over .500 and look to ride the momentum of back-to-back wins against playoff contenders the rest of the way. While not officially affiliated with the D.C.-based franchise, Nike Sportswear is ready to roll out a Vapormax Run Utility that boasts a color scheme eerily reminiscent of their uniforms. Done up primarily in Burgundy Crush, this Vapormax iteration calls upon Metallic Gold accents on its Nike branding, clasp lacing system, and lateral heel writing. Supported by a deep purple Cushlon midsole for extra comfort right atop its semi-translucent Vapormax bubbles, this silhouette is designed for all day wear regardless of the weather outside. The kicks will retail for $190 and will be released on November 1.

The kicks can be viewed below.