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Nike SB Omar Salazar 1.5

August 3, 2011 BY / 0

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Omar Salazar’s unconventional personality was replicated nicely in his first Nike SB signature sneaker, a mix of subtle clean styling and space age technology, so it seems only right that the first significant revision beyond the NFW releases takes the Salazar both forward and backward simultaneously.  From the looks of the Nike SB Omar Salazar 1.5, these Flywire-free joints have been pushed to the casual side with a vulcanized sole, but the notoriously unforgiving classic look belies a LunarLon insole that ensures your comfort on even the biggest gaps.  In a year when Nike SB has looked to its past for inspiration when it comes to colorways, they are flat out killing it in terms of new tech, and you can see more of these Omar Salazar 1.5s set to release next spring when you click the jump below.  via N-SB

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