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Nike Air 180 – White – Orange – Green Safari

May 21, 2013 BY / 6

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Alright so it looks like the Nike Air 180 will be going on an extended safari soon enough. Just yesterday we saw a version of the sneaker that donned the famed “safari” print on its back end, mixing in a colorway that looked nothing like the shoe that said print first arrived on. Doing that once again is this upcoming pair, which goes for white, orange, and green across the upper. Continue reading to see this latest “Safari” remix of the Nike Air 180 and make sure you keep it locked on Sneaker News to get all the pertinent release info for both of these Nike Air Max pairs.



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mrdow_
mrdow_

them jants fiyaaaq

don_king
don_king

What happened to the rest of the air bubble?

BrandonEvans2
BrandonEvans2

Bangers! Too fresh. I need both from the pack!

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