Nike Lunarlite Woven Chukka - Spring 2010

For its upcoming Spring 2010 collection, Nike continues to deliver convincing hybrid concepts

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For its upcoming Spring 2010 collection, Nike continues to deliver convincing hybrid concepts in the shape of the Lunarlite Nike Woven Chukka. Sporting the usual contrasting stripes of woven fabric and a light lunar foam sole, the series will come in two different colorways – black/orange & black/green. Look for this to release in the upcoming months!

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