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Nike Air Penny V “Orlando” – Available

October 3, 2012 BY / 3

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Seems rather odd for such a big-time release to drop in the middle of the week rather than the customary Saturday, but seeing as how two highly-anticipated LeBron Xs are dropping tomorrow as well, perhaps this is the end of the Saturday release, now that RSVPs and such have wiped out the need to wait in line? Whatever the case may be, Nike Sportswear retailers have been given the green light to push forward the original release date of Saturday, October 6th, to hump day on the 3rd, so don’t miss out on the next ‘Orlando’ installment of the Air Penny saga by copping your pair now at select Nike Sportswear retailers like Oneness or on eBay.

Nike Air Penny V
Black/Game Royal-White
537331-040
10/05/12
$165


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