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2014 NFL Nike Silver Speed Collection Footwear

The silver Nike Lunar Terra Arktos – Super Bowl Edition provides the lightweight comfort of a sneaker and the durability of a boot. Nike Flywire and Hyperfuse construction give the upper an adaptive, lockdown fit. The design incorporates an inner sleeve, easily removed from the silver Hyperfuse and Flywire shell, to keep the foot warm and dry after a day of intense competition.
Designed more for gritty sidewalks than dedicated turf training, the Nike Lunar 180 Trainer SC successfully merges modern construction with a classic silhouette. The original DNA is visible in the upper, but updated with Nike Hyperfuse construction for lightweight breathability and flashy new finishes. In the sole, a Nike 180 Air unit and molded Lunarlon bevels instill attitude and retro vibes with a contemporary twist.
The road to the Super Bowl begins on the practice field. Special silver Super Bowl editions of the Nike Free Trainer 3.0, the Nike Free Trainer 5.0, and the Nike Free Trainer 7.0 deliver enhanced flexibility for the multidirectional movement needed in football training.

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