Nike Lunar Presto

September 11, 2012 BY / 2

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One of the crown jewels of the Nike Alpha Project is this sock-like neoprene-shelled runner called the Air Presto. One of Nike’s best combinations of lightweight, style, function, and quirkiness, the Air Presto is often considered to be one of Nike’s best running shoe designs of all-time, or at the very least, one of the most memorable. For 2013 the Presto will come re-packaged with Lunar cushioning, as these early catalog images reveal Lunar on the heel for that added comfort. Additional changes arrive in the stabilizing cables at the heel as well as on the lace-harness, and unique dotted detailing that flow down from the laces to the midsole. Four colorways are available for preview, so take a look and let us know what you think.

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Lurker111
Lurker111

Is this the reason why we haven't see any more real Air Prestos released over here in a while? The Presto are the most comfortable running I've found to date, hoping these compare. Looks wise I don't think they look as good as the original ones.

DominicD
DominicD

So sick, definitely getting a pair

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