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NikeLab Air Unlimited Tan

Aside from its original and murdered out colorways, The Admiral’s 1994 kicks of choice will also come back in a more fashion forward tan variant. The neoprene ankle support stays untouched, but the rest of the upper has been replaced with suede.
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