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Nike Lunar Flow PRM

January 4, 2012 BY / 0

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The Nike Lunar Flow debuted last summer with a Hyperfuse-constructed upper as an updated answer to the original neoprene bootie that made the OG Air Flow so lightweight and comfortable, but quickly shifted toward a more casual appeal with suede designs in the fall followed by previews of woven models upcoming for 2012.  And now you can add one more lifestyle-oriented approach to the list with these new leather Lunar Flow PRM releases, two new designs that feature heavily slotted toes and side panels for a unique approach to breathability we wouldn’t mind seeing across a variety of typically-perforated or mesh-equipped designs.  You’ll see more of these first two brown and black pairs in more etailed images after the jump; let us know which one’s the best and if either can stand up to the Tier Zero OG retros that made it all the way to #11 on the Top 30 of 2011.  via Kasina


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