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    Skee Locker: Nike Lunar Force 1 Showcased By DJ Skee [Celebrating 30 Years Of Air Force 1]


    by SkeeTV

    Live from Nike Sportswear Customization Studio at the Montalbán, located in Hollywood, California. Sneaker expert DJ Skee unboxes, reviews and showcases the White, Black & Digi Camo colorway Nike Lunar Force 1 which comes from the celebration of 30 years of service for the Nike Air Force 1. In this episode of Skee Locker, DJ Skee gives us a brief history of Nike Air Force 1 and takes us 5 years back to the 25th Anniversary of Air Force 1 which was largely centered around its history and the culture it created. He then tells us how Nike brand will be updating the Lunar Force 1 model with two core technologies "Nike Hyperfuse" and "Nike Lunarlon" that have spread throughout their product line.

    At the pinnacle of this year's initiative is the Lunar Force 1, a game-changing shoe that revolutionizes the classic sneaker with two of Nike's most advanced technologies — Lunarlon cushioning and Hyperfuse construction. An innovative remake that stays true to the unique heritage of the Air Force 1, yet catapults it into a new era of relevance, the shoe was redesigned from the inside out and from the ground up. Nike replaced the midsole's heel Air unit — itself a radical innovation in 1982 — with springy Lunarlon foam and a heel Zoom Air unit, enhancing comfort and flexibility while also reducing weight. New Hyperfuse uppers, meanwhile, utilize a unique unibody construction, fusing three layers for even lighter weight and minimized seams. Additional refinements like an inner booty, reflective Swoosh and slimmed-down toe box complete the package, one that now weighs in at a mere 11.7 ounces. Some detailed branding is seen on the tongue, while the inner sole sports the "AF1 XXX" collection. The shoe is slated to drop at select shops on December 12, 2012.

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