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Nike Air Max Lunar90 – January 2014 Releases

December 3, 2013 BY / 1 c

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Word that the Nike Air Max Lunar90 is debuting today in OG-inspired colorways broke earlier this morning, and we can expect more pairs starting in January.  Among those coming up after the start of the new year are the three we’re showcasing here, one of which is indeed a 1990 original Air Max III look.  The white, Concord and Pure Violet riffs on a ladies style we’ve seen a few times before, while the other two show off some new color tech with subtle patterns on the upper and gradients on the LunarLon midsole.  Click in to see each in more detail, then pre-order your selections ahead of a January shipment from End.

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kicks67
kicks67

Nice! these are perfect except for the ridged midsole. Its minor but if these had the regular midsoles they'd be a    9/10



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