Nike SFB – Holiday 2011 Colorways
Nike started off on the track, but the ‘athlete’ can be found anywhere. Nike Sportswear introduced the Nike Special Field Boot in late 2009, offering a performance-driven alternative for the world’s athletes on the battlefield. Engineered for elite military personal, the Nike SFB was intended for first responders – those who relish the front line and perform at their peaks when needed the most. Lightweight, breathable, and stylish, the Nike SFB comes back this Holiday 2011 season in two brand new colorways – a tonal White and a rugged Medium Olive/Black, both of which are detailed below. Expect both new SFBs to hit select Nike Sportswear retailers this month.
I got the green army pair but both these colors are also real nice. Kstaud ... chances are ... yr just gonna get punched back in the face. As Debez said ... These aren't suppose to be stylish(although they are), these are a functioning boot while casual and real comfy and light at the same time.
After buying these boots for myself i will never buy any other brand these are liter than 90% of the shoes I own just put another order in for a new pair cant wait to test these things out in combat.
SN could sure use some "elite writing PERSONNEL" and can dump whoever is letting all these errors get through. Proper grammar, spelling and punctuation isn't really required by those who make comments but should be considered a high priority by your writers if you are trying to continue to be taken seriously and maintain your all-important ad revenue. Nice boots.
if i see someone wearing these down the street, i might have to punch them in the face... this is terrible... and not "stylish"
they are combat boots not meant to stylish or cool just like tims are meant to be work boots not hood fashion items
read the paragraph.... then comment. "Lightweight, breathable, and stylish, the Nike SFB comes back this Holiday 2011 season in two brand new colorways..."
Who the hell is going to wear some white combat boots? What branch of the service are those for? The gay Army?