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‘Air Force Fiend’ T-Shirt By Vandal-A

January 26, 2012 BY / 13

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It’s strange how sneakers mature in accordance with age in a human-like manner. When the Nike Air Force 1 debuted thirty years ago, it was considered to be a revolutionary basketball shoe, giving birth to a new era of Air-infused performance basketball shoes. When the AF1 hit the ‘teens, it became a staple in the wardrobe of the younger cats who were interested in looking fresh at all times. In the 2000’s, when the Air Force 1 entered adulthood, sneaker connoisseurs treated the Air Force 1 like a fine wine, distinguishing one from another by age, taste, design, and materials, making the Air Force 1 as much of a collectible item as it was a wearable shoe. So what’s in store for the Nike Air Force 1, now that it’s thirty years old? Will we see a continuance of the crazy collaborations that we saw in its 20’s, or will the Air Force 1 take a more lifestyle approach, emphasizing the use of lux materials and the grown-up appeal? Then again, is there even a purpose behind pointing out the age of something immortal?

We’ll find out soon enough what 2012 will mean for the Air Force 1, but take it from Vandal-A, who has long since expressed their fandom of sneakers through their line of graphic t-shirts, that the Air Force 1 ‘fiend’ is still alive and well. The latest offering from the brand features the Air Force 1, with inspiration drawn from Eric B. & Rakim’s ‘Don’t Sweat The Technique’ album cover and the classic ‘Microphone Fiend’ track. In addition to this new design, Vandal-A’s also got something great for the Laker fans – an image of a swagged-out fur-coated Magic Johnson from the ’88 All-Star Game, and for the Jordan-heads, a sweatshirt version of the mega-hit Concord Troopers t-shirt that dropped last month. Check out the latest selection from Vandal-A below and hit up the online store to get your own.


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Razon
Razon

I'm glad people feel that AF1s are getting played out...that means resellers drop prices on some of the older/ rarer releases. I saw a pair of Stashes for 150.00 online... and a pair of Playstations sold for $270.00...crazy.

femalesneakerhead22
femalesneakerhead22

speaking of af1's what ever happen to mayor? i havent seen any post or pics of him in a min...

Kickin'it
Kickin'it

@MyShoeGameInsane. We didn't ask you. There is always a hater. Nice tees in my opinion. Rakim tee is hard.

MYSHOEGAMEINSANE
MYSHOEGAMEINSANE

ALL THE SHIRTS ARE PRETTY WACK IF YOU ASK ME. NOT FEELIN EM AT ALL IMO COULDA DONE MUCH BETTER JOB. BUT GOOD LUCK > AND THE SHOES ARE COOL BUT TRYNA STUNT WITH LAST WEEKS MEDICOMS IS NOT WHATS UP LOLOLOLOL SMH. SHOW ME LAST YEARS PAIRS.... AND THE OTHER JOINTS IS COOL BUT WHAT I GET FROM THAT IS HE IS TRYING TO STUNT OR SOMETHING AND THOSE AINT THE PAIRS YOU STUNT WITH SORRY! BUT AGAIN, GOOD LUCK 2 YA

kickin it
kickin it

the shirts are nice but man those are some nice kicks in the pics

BuddhaShark
BuddhaShark

ive always been a fan of pictures on tshirts

PooP
PooP

Stormtrooper 1 is 2 dope

itsdonperrion
itsdonperrion

sit yo baby ass down boi... u mad they aint released no fusions in a while?

Nickkatherina
Nickkatherina

You kidding, bro? I guess stashes or ?uestloves, mr.cartoons, livestrongs, 112s, etc.. Are not crazy pairs? I think you should re-evaluate your statement. You sound stupid. Also, being as most of them are more than 3+ years old, you sound even worse.

Razon
Razon

yea haha those are the Air Max inspired AF1s from 2008... i was thinkin the same thing.



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