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Nike Air Force 1 Mid – Sport Red – White

January 12, 2012 BY / 4

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The realm of the Nike Air Force 1 as of late has been characterized by graphical treatments, both through the custom creations we’ve seen as well as the in-house heat from Beaverton. Opting for a more straightforward approach is this Nike Air Force 1 Mid which has a distinct Valentines Day flavor to it. The strapped up look is getting increasingly uncommon so it’s always a treat when a mid pops up, and this one is accented nicely via the tumbled treatment towards the front, one of the more subtle upgrades available in the AF1 repertoire. Hit the jump for the full look and cop these now from the team at SneakersNStuff.

Nike Air Force 1 ’07 Mid
Sport Red/White-Sport Red
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TGOD
TGOD

Flame! Love em

tu padre
tu padre

yea i aint really into mid tops no moore, but these are heat. nice

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