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Nike is set to release a brand new iteration of its Lupinek Flyknit sneakerboot for women, this time with warmth-enhancing technology for colder climates.

The new Lupinek features a snug Flyknit upper, a protective finish and aggressive outdoor traction for added warmth and weather resistance — perfect for cold city streets. It is, however, presented in a “string and light bone” (off-pink and light blue to you and me) colorway — not so perfect for damp and muddy city streets.

It also comes complete with Flywire cables for a lightweight, adaptive fit, a foam midsole for lightweight cushioning, and forefoot flex grooves to enhance the natural range of motion.

The Nike Lupinek Flyknit sneakerboot will be available over at Nike.com on December 15 at 10am EST for $250.

In other sneaker news, adidas Originals revamps the Tubular Entrap in a futuristic “Ice Purple.”

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