Previewed only a few months ago at Nike’s 2016 Innovation Summit was the LunarEpic Flyknit Low — an alternative for those who didn’t think they could pull off the high cuts. The silhouette originally launched in black, blue, and “Multicolor” colorways, but is now getting the staple “Oreo” treatment. The sneaker proves to be a comfortable option for runners or casual wearers, as the laser-cut Lunarlon sole offers premium comfort and flexibility and a reflective detailing on the heel offers visibility at night. The shoe officially drops August 4 at select Nike retailers for $160 USD.
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