Kenyan long-distance runner Stanley Biwott was the first runner to cross the New York City Marathon finish line yesterday, marking the 29-year-old’s first major marathon win of his nine year career, and he got it done in a pair of Nike sneakers.

More specifically, Biwott was laced in an orange colorway of the Nike Zoom Streak 3, a 2010 model that has since been discontinued yet remains popular with distance runners. Biwott finished with a time of 2 hours, 10 minutes, and 34 seconds in striped orange shoes.

Unfortunately, these aren’t going to be easy to track down today. However, you can shop the latest update, the Zoom Streak 5, right now at Running Warehousefor $60.

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