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Nike Lunar Force 1 Fuse – Release Date

November 1, 2012 BY / 4

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The iconic footwear staple colloquially dubbed the “white-on-whites” gets an immense upgrade to close out 2012’s year-long celebration of the Nike Air Force 1 with the Nike Lunar Force 1 Fuse; it adopts the classic build of the Air Force 1 Low and adds the ventilated Hyperfuse upper shell and uses a rebuiled Lunar-based Air Force 1 outsole to re-create the ’82 classic in contemporary fashion. A release date for this Supreme release is confirmed for December 12th at Nike Sportswear retailers worldwide, so check out these images below and stay tuned to Sneaker News for more updates.

Images: NIKE Inc

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4 comments
bigavel
bigavel

yee these joints wavy. good keep sleeping when they come with even more colors its over.. fuck these hot

Big_Infinite
Big_Infinite

why doesn't nike just make them glow in the dark too?

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