Posted by Nick February 29, 2012

Check out the annual collaboration between Undercovers Jun Takahashi and Nike. Looks like the Japanese designer has once again had great fun creating the latest Gyakusou running collection.

The range covers 2 shoes in 2 colorways, the Zoom Elite+ 5 (above) and the Lunar Speed Lite, 2 of the lightest and technologically advanced running shoes in Nikes range. Tho personally i think the Lunar Speed Elite's are looking a little dated next to the recently unveiled FlyKnit Trainer+'s (which i WILL be buying a pair of). I like the way this range keeps to a specific color series, purchasers are likely to be serious runners looking to actually wear these for running rather than just casually.

On the personal taste front i don't think either shoe lives up to last years Lunar Spiders. Available from Saturday March 3rd, 2012

 

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