February 6, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 3
What was a concerted effort from Nike Sportswear last season has turned into something of a mystery this spring, as VacTech construction has gone from playing a major role in the holiday shopping season to now popping up without warning or a special label. These new Nike Air Force 1 Lows are like a pair that dropped around New Year’s, both opting for vacuum construction on the rear with sewn-on toecaps and heel tabs, and neither featuring the ‘VT’ distinction that labeled a huge number of VacTech builds in late 2011. And since we’ve already seen AF1 Lows with vacuum-sealed elements both with and without stitches, you’re now in a good position to let us know which looks better. Click through for more pairs of this new release and grab them today from JD Sports.
Tags: Nike Air Force 1 Low
Nike seriously needs to fire those AF1 designers IMMEDIATELY! Cuz it doesn't look like they're doing anything dope for their 30th Anniversary.
Ikr... Looks like another disappointing year for AF1 heads... All of Nike's attention is going towards Foams and Retro Jordans. Shame there not showing the sneaker that generates the most money ANY love on its 30th anniversary...