Nike Lunar Flow – Spring/Summer 2011 Colorways | New Images

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Prior to the inception of Nike Lunar, runners were limited to earthbound ideas – Air and Zoom. With Lunar, the level of comfort and design ideas are truly out of this world, as Nike opens up a brand new chapter of arguably the most historic performance running legacy in the annals of footwear. With the Lunar Flow, Nike takes a look back at an idea that was truly ahead of its time; the Air Flow, originally from 1988-1989, was a super light-weight runner that provided ample ventilation without compromising the structure of the shoe. Now the Lunar Flow (thanks to the LunarLon cushioned midsole), Nike has capitalized on these marquee ideas, allowing for on the lightest and most comfortable running shoes ever created (Nike has a tendency to outdo itself from time to time). Sneaker News gave you an exclusive look at the Lunar Flow months ago, and now’s your chance to own a pair; the Black/Pink colorway has already hit stores and the White/Green/Blue is soon to follow, so take another look below and let us know what you think. via HB.

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