October 18, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 4
Nike dropping its partnership with Lance Armstrong set off a chain reaction whereby all but one of the (soon to be former) seven-time Tour de France champion’s top sponsors gave him the axe on Wednesday. Nike’s marketing prowess is unmatched, so when the Swoosh commits to LIVESTRONG and Lance’s namesake Foundation, we’re reminded that the fight against cancer is more important than all the bicycles in Europe. So as of this writing, Nike still plans to move forward with the 2013 LIVESTRONG collection, which boasts eight different footwear options including five of next year’s big new debuts. Joining the flagship LIVESTRONG x Nike Air Max+ 2013 will be the Air Max 95 Dynamic Flywire, LunarFly+ 4, LunarFlash+ and Zoom Vomero+ 9, joined by new styles for the Free 5.0+, Free Trainer 3.0 and 5.0. Click through for a look at each pair that includes our first ever viewing of the LunarFly 4, LunarFlash and Zoom Vomero 8 and stick with Sneaker News for all the happenings between now and these pairs’ Q2 drops.
lol stop whining 4U2NV He still beat 3 types of cancer and won 7 titles..even though he may have been cheating doesnt really change my opinion of himself