Topping off Nike Sportswear’s celebration of 30 years of service for the Nike Air Force 1, the brand will be updating the model with two core technologies that have spread throughout their product line. The upper has been switched over to Hyperfuse, which not only makes the shoe lighter, but also provides a better fit. For the cushioning, Nike Sportswear has replaced the usual Air with Lunarlon, a Nike technology that has seen itself inserted into basketball shoes, runners, and trainers alike. With roots in 1982 and style for 2012, the Nike Lunar Force 1 Fuse is set to hit retailers on December 12th in limited quantities.
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