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“Baltimore” Nike Lunar Force 1 High

May 31, 2013 BY / 4

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Yesterday was a rather big day for the Nike Lunar Force 1, as Sneaker News gave you a first look at the Nike Lunar Force 1 High “Baltimore” followed by a first-hand event recap of the Nike Lunar Force 1 “Sheed” release. Both natives of B’More and NYC would be proud that the AF1 repped their cities properly, as the two Northeastern epicenters of footwear are getting some big-time spotlight with these footwear releases. It looks like the Nike Lunar Force 1 High “Baltimore” is dropping next week at select Nike Sportswear retailers in Asia, and these are certain to drop in the States as well, so check out a full shot below and stay tuned to Sneaker News for U.S. release info.

Nike Lunar Force 1 High
White/Black
617899-100

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What the hell would someone in Asia want with shoes that say Baltimore on them?

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