February 29, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 8
Much like the recently released Huarache Free Quickstrikes, the model pictured above takes a cult favorite classic runner and gives it a fresh twist courtesy of the barefoot-like Free sole. The Nike Kukini Free is a remix of 1998’s Air Kukini, a Presto-caged laceless design whose neoprene booty offers the kind of easy-on/easy-off appeal that’s big with triathletes. The style on this new Soar and Cyber combo is sure to find its share of fans in a variety of forward-looking sneakerheads (whether they’re Ironmen or not), its Sprite-meets-Spiderman look a nice alternative for a similar palette that manifests entirely differently on the recent Total Griffey Max 99 retro. Titolo expects to have these in stock in April just in time for the start of the baseball season, and you can start spring training with a visualization exercise involving more photos of these after the jump below.
Nike Kukini Free
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They messed these up. what happen to the ones that were supposed to be released last summer? BBBbboooooooooooooooooooo!!!