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Liberty x Nike WMNS Air Force 1 Low Premium | Available

May 11, 2011 BY / 0

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Last week we got a look at a new collaboration between Nike Sportswear and Liberty of London on the wildest set of Air Mocs we’ve ever seen.  They take that outrageous design to a whole new level so it’s particularly interesting how much more conservative the exact same material looks on a more traditional silhouette.  This Liberty x Nike WMNS Air Force 1 Low goes for a white midsole/Swoosh plus navy eyelets and outsoles to nicely compliment the blue/yellow/green floral pattern for a blooming springtime feel.  There are plenty more Liberty x NSW collabo kicks on the way and you can get this pair of AF1 Lows for women from NikeStore.

Nike WMNS Air Force 1 Premium LE
White/White-Ocean Fog
315186-102

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