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Nike Lunar Rod “Safari” – Arriving @ Euro Retailers

October 16, 2012 BY / 1

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The introduction of Lunar to the Nike SB line of performance footwear was first introduced with the Eric Koston pro model and quickly picked up by the P Rod line, but the Lunar Rod is definitely the first with this complete transplant of midsoles. Are these skate-ready? Perhaps, considering the upper is the same as that of the P-Rod VI, but there’s no question that these will be satisfactory for running as well. Designed by P-Rod’s own Primitive skate-shop with ‘Safari’ in mind, these Lunar Rods have quickly become the subject of desire from SB and Nike Running fans; the good news is that European skateshops like Railslide are beginning to stock these, so check out the new images below and we’ll give you a heads up when these begin hitting more U.S. shops.

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jheyking
jheyking

dont like them as much anymore gotta see them in person

 



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