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Kick Pick of The Week: Nike Air Flow TZ Tonal

Submitted by on June 17, 2011 – 7:51 am3 Comments
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Welcome to a brand new sneaker staple in which we’ll pick one pair (technically this is two) of sneakers per week as our personal favorites, and tell you all about them. Without further ado allow us to introduce you to the Nike Air Flow TZ Tonal as our pick for this inaugural segment. The Nike Air Flow TZ Tonal is the perfect example of a Nike running kick which is much more suited for a casual lifestyle rather than one that includes actual running. The classic silhouette returns with a splash this year, and there are plenty of bright and bawdy colorways just perfect for the pavement or trails. The Tonal iteration however is a great look to sport with a pair of jeans or shorts, and fits in perfectly with the sock-less revolution taking place this summer in footwear. The suede panels give this kick just enough debonair to sport on a night out. The only caveat with these (and it’s a big one) is that they’re a UK exclusive. So start calling in your British kick connects, or set sails and grab some fish and chips with a perfect pair of summer sneakers.

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  • leon richmond says:

    Those sneakers are bunkers… ( Very fresh ) I would wear them! The designer did a very good job. I have a few ideas of my own to add spice to the line up. I’m a nike man,always have and always will.

    Good job Nike!

    Leon Richmond

  • uu says:

    Those sneakers are bunkers

  • Pratik Aakarshan says:

    Hit the jump to see the pics.

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