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Nike Lunar Chenchukka QS – Fiberglass – Dark Khaki

May 11, 2013 BY / 0

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If you own either the ‘Christmas’ or ‘Easter’ Kobe 8s, ‘Squadron Blue’ Roshe Runs or any of the other models featuring Fiberglass, you know this pale green Nike color is among Beaverton’s most muted.  With such a light saturation, this color can appear different on different materials, and in the most extreme examples, you might not even recognize it as green.  That’s what happened with the first sighting of this Nike Lunar Chenchukka, a model whose presumed grey upper is in fact the Fiberglass shade in question.  It’s a bit richer on the sockliner and both tones are offset nicely by Dark Khaki accents and vibrant orange Flywire/laces, so take a closer look and then find yours at Nike Sportswear dealers like Concepts.

Nike Lunar Chenchukka QS
Fiberglass/Dark Khaki
553553-320

 

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