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ACU x Nike Lunar Force 1 “Shanghai” – Luwan Never Gone

August 13, 2013 BY / 1

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The shoe’s slogan is ‘Luwon Never Gone’, but one thing that is in fact long gone is the likelihood that you’ll ever get a pair of ACU x Nike Lunar Force 1 ‘Shanghais’.  This Lunar Force 1 City Pack Quickstrike shouts out JUICE’s Shanghai predecessor, the first store in China to offer Nike Tier-0 and other exclusive sneakers.  A mere 50 pairs were made as part of the ‘Ignite Shanghai’ initiative and most of those went out to friends and family, which makes this an extremely limited entry in the young LF1 saga.  Check out some new images after the jump and stick with Sneaker News for all the latest international release info.

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ShoeGame514
ShoeGame514

Dope alot of people hate lunar AF 1s dunno why shoes an upgrade to me



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