Nike Lunar Fly Knit Trainer Mid

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Fly Knit technology is right up the alley of Sportswear classics created by the most innovative minds at Nike’s Innovative Kitchen, and with the Lunar Fly Knit Chukka, do we have another masterpiece on our hands? During yesterday’s media-only event at 21 Mercer where Mark Parker and Hiroshi Fujiwara discussed the new Fly Knit technology and footwear collection, this mid-cut chukka-like Lunar Fly Knit model was spotted on the table spread; it conjured up that eccentric taste often exhibited by other cult mega-hits like the Footscape and Woven Chukkas, which the Lunar Fly Knit Trainer Mid seamlessly welded together with. Just looking back at some HTM’s most creative creations and you can easily deduce that the Fly Knit Trainer Mid is cut from the same cloth (or knit, should we say?). Check out the additional angles of the Nike Lunar Fly Knit Trainer Mid below and let us know what you think of the design, and be sure to stick with Sneaker News for more updates as they arrive. via selectism


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