Nike LunarSpider+ RTZ – Camouflage Pack

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The Nike Lunar Spider debuted late last year with a duo of Jun Takahashi-designed UNDERCOVER collaborations, and while this latest edition isn’t attached to any guest designer, they’re certainly reminiscent of a pack from Nike Sportswear that emanated from Japan around that same time.  This newest LunarSpider+es feature a crisp grey and white colorway that’s accented by an AFE-style tonal camouflage print on the toe, plus raised diamonds on the ankle collar that have come to be the Lunar Orbit’s signature look.  But pay close attention, because you’ll notice when you click on the jump below the two pairs are quite similar, but actually opposites in terms of colorblocking.   Avant garde aesthetics meet lightweight performance in this top-of-its-class runner and they’ll be hitting retailers on Friday, April 29th.  via Nike Stadium

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