January 28, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 12
Thirty years is an exceptionally long time for a shoe to remain popular, so when we talk about the Nike Air Force 1 celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2012, it’s a testiment to the impeccable design and influence this model has had on sneaker culture and fashion over the past three decades. What better way to celebrate this casual standard than to prepare simple yet satisfying colorways in premium materials, and Nike Sportswear has done just that for the spring season, the above pictured Air Force 1 Low Premium arguably the pinnacle of AF1 execution this spring. They’re crafted in that infamous white leather that holds over year after year, but this time it’s a glossy patent to contrast the tonal grey sole setup. Check them out after the jump, let us know how these compare to your average white-on-whites and stick with Sneaker News for word on US availability. via atmos
Nike Air Force 1 Low Premium
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I dig this..! I saw the high's & now they made lows in the same color way, I'm sold, when do these drop..?
Plain compared to other white premium/supreme releases. AF1 premium "whiteout", AF1 supreme haurache for good example....
I can't even believe that this is what they had planned for the 30th anniv. Can't blame em though, White looks really dope with the AF1 lol
Definitely a tough af1 I'm diggin the grey midsole but I was really looking forward to a foamposites release, I slept on the last ones.