Nike Free Orbit II SP

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

Back in 2011, the Swoosh released an under the radar sneaker dubbed the Nike Lunar Orbit. Now just a few years later, the brand is revisiting the Nathan VanHook designed shoe with a modern day silhouette crowned the Nike Free Orbit II SP.

The shoe’s upper is much like the one from all those years ago, but much more detailed. A blacked out pyramid pattern covers most of the shoe, and while there are no laces, Nike did outfit the low top runner with a small zipper to easily slip these kicks on and off. As the name of the shoe would suggest, these things are finished off with an ultra comfortable Nike Free 5.0 midsole. Nike plans on releasing these sneakers through select retailers (Nike Store included) in the coming weeks, but we imagine they will be hard to come by.

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