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Nike Braata LR Premium “Tie-Dye”

April 13, 2013 BY / 0

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It didn’t take too long for the LunarLon-cushioned, vulc-soled Braata from Nike Skateboarding to jump from mild to wild.  Following up on last months’ debut in Neutral Grey suede whose sole coloring came courtesy of a Crystal Mint lace, the Nike Braata LR Premium goes far out with a trio of tie-dye makeups.  These aren’t the stereotypical hippie rainbow spirals, but rather tonal representations in black/white, reds and a golden-kissed version that will no doubt draw comparisons the Pushead’s second Dunk Low SB collabos.  Let us know which of these you like best after seeing all three below and stick with Sneaker News for the latest.

 

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