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Nike 2012 Pro Bowl Pack – Available on eBay

February 11, 2012 BY / 3

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With Nike well on their way to taking over the outfitting contracts for the NFL, you can expect the realm of Football related PE’s to get a lot deeper in the future. A quick taste of that was the Nike 2012 Pro Bowl Pack, a trio of trainers that didn’t find their way onto the field of Aloha Stadium but were quite a treat for the involved players nonetheless. With the Nike Trainer 1.3 Max Breathe, the Nike Free Trainer 5.0, and a slick colorway of the Nike Air Max 90 Hyperfuse all included, it was the kind of pack that likely would have been snapped up pretty quickly in the event of a retail release. And while that didn’t go down you still have a chance at grabbing a pair, as the full set is up for grabs on eBay now. Hit the jump for the shots of them and check out the auctions from zoomkobepe on eBay.


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LaBradford
LaBradford

Cool those Pacquiao look-alike ones.

Big Kuntry
Big Kuntry

bruh, what i got to do to get these?

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