December 26, 2011 BY Brendan Dunne / 0
Looking to slim down a bit for its 30th birthday in 2012, the Nike Air Force 1 Low has been spotted with the stripped look a couple times now in recent memory. Of course the other was the Nike Air Force 1 Bespoke ‘Vachetta’, but with the high barrier to entry many of us may never get our hands on a pair of those. Check out the new Nike Air Force 1 Light though, a retake of the iconic sneaker that again goes with the no-lining set up on the guts, but also shaves a few inches off the sole. The resulting sneaker may have you doing double takes, as the new look is subtle enough to have you scratching your head the first time around. This first look is a WMNS release, but no word yet on whether they will crossover to the mens category as well. Hit the jump to see the full shots and stick with Sneaker News for more info on the slick new Nike Air Force 1 Low Light. via SneakerFreaker
Those forces looking like dunk lows now.. but Nike should just start bringing back the old forces(basically Re-Retro them like Jordans) i mean thats my opinion... Thats the only way im coppin' Forces.....
Not bad, but I think I still prefer the thick sole. Just something about the thickness of that sole that makes an AF1. These are great, they just look more suited to females though.
Yeah people don't understand its harder to find older pairs of Forces than older pairs of jordans, I would love a pair of the Purple Highs from the 80's
u just asked him a question thru the use of a keyboard, the same way the article was presented, I dont think he can!!