Nike Air Diamond Turf – Gamma Green – Atomic Red

July 17th, 2013 by / 9

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Well that was unexpected. The Nike Air Diamond Turf retro has randomly popped back up again some two years after the sneaker last showed up on retail shelves. Perhaps it’s Nike’s way of gearing up for the football season, or perhaps they just felt like flexing their NFL connection once again with some gridiron specific footwear, but either way we’re happy to see the Deion model back. This time around the shoe goes gamma green and atomic red on us and we’ve gotta say, the colorway does a decent job of living up to Sander’s “Neon” nickname. Take a full look after the jump and grab this freshly released Nike Air Diamond Turf pair now from Rock City Kicks.


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Kjp3
Kjp3

Collldddd

DannyHolcom
DannyHolcom

These are so dope...but why do the materials have to be such shit? These will look TERRIBLE after 10 wears...

lyrics85
lyrics85

True. Just like my Bo's.

DannyHolcom
DannyHolcom

@youngkay60 @DannyHolcom NO WAY man! Granted there are certain pairs of jordans that disappoint...but there are a select few retro trainers that use that plastic-y almost tumbled leather looking crap that just looks so hard and cheap close up. I want a pair of diamond turfs in luxe materials! This color way is sick...shouldn't have let myself get excited hahaa

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