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Nike Air Pegasus ’83 + Elite – FFF Pack

May 26, 2011 BY / 0

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When news that both Brazil and France’s football governing bodies were both involved with Nike Sportswear collaborations this year, it would have been natural to assume some kind of mutual theme.  But the French releases came and went with a couple of dope Dunk Highs and the CBF edition seemed to get caught up in the ever-expanding ‘True Colors’ collection, so while these two new pairs are a surprise, this in and of itself is something we’ve come to expect.  Check out the Nike Air Pegasus ’83 and Elite classic runners done up in a French colorway with French Football Federation tongue tags.  These joints cleverly walk a line between old school running aesthetics and the Tricolour and you can see more images of both when you click on the jump below.  Leave a comment to let us know which is best and grab one or both of them today from AsphaltGold.

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