Federer is STILL using Vapor VI Roland Garros

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  1. mozart RF

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  2. Tour90

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    The best vapor VI of all time
     
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    Can someone post a pic in a non-facebook format? Can't see the pic.........
     
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    Those are probably just as far from the Vapor VI as the LunarLites that they're meant to look like. Federer has his own shoe, Nike just re-sells the design.
     
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    Pretty sweet lookin kicks
     
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    At least they bothered to make it look like the colour of the LL vapor unlike the white/red version. New bag for him as well.
     
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    Those are priceless!! WOW... Nike should forget about the Lunarlites and restart selling the Vapor VI in the new colorways.
     
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    At this point I doubt Fed will ever switch to the LL's, he may or may not associate the one time he wore the LL's with his loss to Gulbis at Rome, I expect we'll be seeing him in custom VI's for the rest of the season
     
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  11. JoelDali

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    LOL

    Where can I buy them?

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    Roger Federer's shoe, the LunarLite Vapor Tour weighs in at two-ounces lighter than its predecessor for an even faster on court feel. The LunarLite Vapor Tour also gets updated with an all new fit, supple upper materials and new cushioning technology. First off, the fit; this is the widest fitting version of the Vapor to date. Offering a slightly wider than medium width, Nike has altered the fit of the Vapor to make it more suitable to a wider variety of foot types. The upper design still features Flywire technology, but the upper materials are much softer. The result is improved comfort with no break-in required. On the cushioning front, Zoom Air has been replaced by a full-length LunarLIte midsole. The result is improved flexibility while still offering comfort in a low to the ground ride. Nike's XDR outsole material in a herringbone pattern offers traction on all court surfaces. In the midfoot a carbon fiber shank provides lightweight support. Nike has continued to evolve its FitFrame technology at the heel to offer support without weight. An impressive shoe with improved comfort and vastly quicker break-in compared to its predecessor.
     
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    If only Nike would release Fed's Vapor VI's but in retail version, i.e. lighter and diff. materials....one can only dream
     
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    ^^
    I know,
    but all we can get is the lunarlites, and some vapor 6's that no one like anymore :(
     
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    Vapor VI of the best in history, maybe :)
     
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    No one likes the the vapor VI's??? are you out of your mind?
     
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    He meant (I think) that the only colorways left are those that no one really likes. In other words, he's probably looking for Oreos.
     
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    you can still find oreos
     
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    are you sure ?? they say it takes 3-4 days to break in. and it hurts like Hell on the first day wear.................OPuch.......
     
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  20. mozart RF

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    beautiful. I don't see him wearing lunarlites this year. not sure about next year, I think the vapor 8 are even uglier.
     
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  23. mozart RF

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    Here's another picture
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    he was slipping loads today, its gotta be the courts as it was fine last year....

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