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Nike Lunar Fly 306 QS

August 13, 2013 BY / 2

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Is Nike finally getting around to that Lunar Aqua Sock idea that’s just there for the taking?  There’s certainly a bit of Aqua Sock Too DNA at work on the new Nike Lunar Fly 306, a shoe whose numbering is somewhat less straightforward than the elastic bootie plus midfoot strap recipe that worked so well for that aforementioned example of Beaverton’s early rainbow tendencies.  The Lunar Fly 306 debuts in Asia with a trio of vibrant if primary colored Quickstrikes, and judging by the shots of these left feet, their ‘Just’ strap is presumably completed by ‘Do It’ on the right.  Check out more images below and stick with Sneaker News to see if these make it to US retailers.


Photos: Nike Kichijoji

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obiz9

the chinese love crocs so theyre probably gonna love...depending on price of course



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