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Nike Safari Deconstruct “Sandtrap”

August 11th, 2012 by | No comments

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What happens when you strip a classic runner down to its sleekest form? In the curious case of the Nike Air Safari Deconstruct, the answer is an iconic style whose signature element is omitted in favor of an all-suede build that’s up there with some of the best recent Air Max 1s in terms of pure wearability. Take for example this new release in the appropriately named Sandtrap, a soft brown you’re likely to get ‘stuck’ wearing once you realize just how versatile of a style just arrived at Nike Sportswear dealers like Oneness.

Nike Safari Deconstruct
Sandtrap/Sandtrap-Team Brown-Sail

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Nike Air Safari Deconstruct – Black – Team Brown

July 31st, 2012 by | 1 comment

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Two all-leather ‘Great Britain’ edition Air Safaris arrived over the weekend in conjunction with the opening ceremonies in London, and today we have another reason to celebrate this Tinker Hatfield design’s 25th birthday. The Nike Air Safari Deconstruct strips this classic runner down to its essence, opting for a perforated outline instead of sewn-on Swooshes, along with subtle embossing on the unlined suede tongue. This black and Team Brown combo offers a simple style for the fall season with no trace of the silo’s namesake signature print, and you can see more below before grabbing a pair at Nike Sportswear stores like Oneness.

Nike Air Safari Deconstruct
Black/Team Brown-Sail

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Nike Air Safari Deconstruct – Sandtrap – Team Brown

July 3rd, 2012 by | No comments

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We’re surfing the 25th anniversary Safari wave at its peak right now, having just come off a weekend where not only did the OG Air Safari colorway arrive at select Nike Sportswear retailers, but there was also an Air Trainer 1 in the same style to go along with a bunch of VNTG releases. Those Vintage drops were the first time the Air Safari has been subjected to such treatment, and ironically, their antique look served to foreshadow additional new styles to come this summer. The Nike Air Safari Deconstruct gives us a slimmed down take on one of Tinker Hatfield’s ‘Air Pack’ designs, and in the process, becomes conspicuous by its complete lack of the Ostrich-inspired print with which it shares its name. Click through to see more of the Sandtrap and Team Brown Air Safari Deconstruct and pre-order yours in advance of the August ship date from Titolo.

Nike Air Safari Deconstruct
Sandtrap/Sandtrap-Team Brown

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Nike Air Safari Deconstruct

June 18th, 2012 by | 2 comments

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Ever since the first pair of Air Ralson Lites dropped last summer, Nike Sportswear has been continually increasing the breadth of its ‘deconstructed’ silhouettes.  First came the Dunk and Air Force 1 previews and more recently the Blazer, but it was a runner in the Air Pegasus ’92 Decon that beat all of those to retail.  Following up on that thread we’ve seen spun through the Lunar Flow PRM and Free 5.0 is the Nike Air Safari Deconstruct in a couple of suede builds that come off as similar to the VNTG pack releases on which we’re also waiting.  Black and grey pairs with burgundy ankle collars await your click on the jump below; let us know which one you like best with a comment and be sure to check back with Sneaker News for release info. via HS

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