10AC x Nike 2008 Summer Collection

This upcoming collection of footwear features the similar themes as previous releases consistent with Caol Uno (10AC) collaborative projects. Keeping things utterly simple, are a pure white colorway with the use of woven materials. This theme can be seen over the Trainer Dunk Low SP, Air Max 1 Premium and Air Zoom Talache Low. Available soon at select Nike dealers. Editor’s Note Due to miscommunication, this is NOT a 10AC collaboration.

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This upcoming collection of footwear features the similar themes as previous releases consistent with Caol Uno (10AC) collaborative projects. Keeping things utterly simple, are a pure white colorway with the use of woven materials. This theme can be seen over the Trainer Dunk Low SP, Air Max 1 Premium and Air Zoom Talache Low. Available soon at select Nike dealers.

Editor’s Note Due to miscommunication, this is NOT a 10AC collaboration.





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