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Nike Air Carnivore
Originally released in the early 90's, the Nike Air Carnivore is back. And, their return has been highly anticipated by everyone who loves the Carnivore's wild style. This sneaker sports Durabuck synthetic panels, neoprene construction, an ultra high ankle strap, and many believe that the film Jurassic Park inspired the sneaker's overall design. No matter where the inspiration for the Nike Air Carnivore came from, the end result is truly a one-of-a-kind sneaker.
This laceless cross-training shoe was first released in 1993 as a shoe that would lead you to "devour" your opponents. Now it's back with the original colorway and same unique design. The Nike Air Carnivore takes a step to the wild side with this sandal-trainer hybrid. The ankle and midfoot crossover straps are white and contrast the black toe and heel. On the heel nubuck, a textured print can be seen, with the same print appearing on the black and gold midsole. The neoprene sleeves that hold your foot and ankle are bright red, adding a splash of color to this unique trainer. The cross-training shoe is also equipped with performance features like breathability, lock-down straps across the top of the foot and the sides and great cushioning in the insole. It's a retro style that will definitely stand out in your collection. Continue Reading...
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