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More from Nike: Navy 2010 gloves and arm pads

We have some more 2010 gear from Nike this week. Check out Navy’s gloves and arm pads/guards.

We have more new gear to show you from Nike today. Below are pictures of the Nike Huarache gloves and Nike Vapor arm guards/pads for Navy. The gloves are predominately navy blue with gold trim and a gold wrist. A blue Nike swoosh adorns the wrist, as does a logo for the Wounded Warrior Project. Blue Navy insignia is splashed on the cuff.

The arm pads are navy blue with gold on the elbow. The Nike swoosh is pictured across the elbow with the Navy logo at the bottom of the pad. The Arm guards incorporate blue and gold into the bulk of the design. The elbow area is white and, like the arm pads, is decked out with the Navy swoosh.

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11 years ago

yeah because its not like the wounded warrior project and military have anything in common. really bright speculation

Cheech Jones
Cheech Jones
11 years ago

Leave it to Richie Meade to sell out to big corporate America. Good job Navy lax.


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crushed ice
crushed ice
11 years ago

Thats great padding right there. Good color combo and its not overdone or too dull. Wounded Warrior project…neat they are supporting them.

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