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Nike Sportswear - Fall/Holiday 2010 Japan Media Preview - Part 2

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There are a few camps in the sneaker world, and each man has his own reasons for supporting one label or another or two. While some might have switched teams from Nike to something else for one reason or another, Nike Sportswear's Fall/Holiday 2010 presentation should actually attest to Nike's sportswear prowess, creativity and heavyweight status in the industry, and should bring sneaker fans back into the Nike camp, reeling some strong loyalty back. Why? If a cool Nike ACG Lunarboot which reworks the mountaineering inspired boots with running technology isn't convincing enough, we are not sure anything else in the world would be.

Shoe Master continues on his Nike Sportswear journey as he unveils the second part to Nike Sportswear's Fall/Holiday 2010 Japan media presentation preview. Amongst the standout shades, hybrids and colorways that already bedazzle sneakerheads in the past few weeks, this new addition unveils the new Nike ACG Lunarboot which has a hiking boot's sturdy silhouette with a rugged moccasin toe and rope laces. However, in pushing the concept of hybrids a little further, the new boots are fused with Lunarlite sole technology usually used on running shoes to greatly reduce the weight of these kicks.

Another noteworthy pair in this upcoming collection is a pair of suede sneaker boots with what seems like a very comfortable and soft tongue and upper which mixes suede with fabric. It seems like an interesting conceptual mix of Chukkah boots with Timberland work boots that has just that tad of visvim vibe going on.

Last but not least, the maestro gives us a closer look at the upcoming fragment design collaboration of the Nike Air Zoom All Court Premium which has been stripped to the bare minimum in white with perforated Swoosh, then give more depth with some textural game play.

Once again, if this doesn't quite get a sneakerhead psyched about Nike Sportswear's Fall/Holiday 2010 collection, we really don't know what else can get a sneakerhead excited in life. via: SHOE MASTER