Typically reserved for an English Literature class, you don’t usually see the word “epic” used to define a sneaker. But, when you realize that, just like their storybook versions, these kicks have a long, grandiose history of their own centered around a hero of a image, you can begin to see where Nike was going with this one. Spotted in both a Medium Grey/Obsidian and a Light Bone/Soft Grey colorway with a pre-yellowed midsole, this runner looks like its been waiting since its original first dropped in 1985 just for this day. A mix of suede and mesh cover the upper while vintage Nike branding and detailing, such as a perforated heel and padded ankle, finish off the look. Click after the jump for more looks. These are available now at England’s http://endclothing.co.uk/latest-products/nike-air-epic-vintage-nrg.html” target=”_blank”>end clothing.
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