March 15, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 7
Simple Nike Air Force 1 Low designs have dominated during this 30th Anniversary year, this pair above reflecting a color and material blocking pattern that we’ve seen on several different releases already. The latest adds Gorge Green accents to a white leather upper of various textures for a look that will fit solidly with St. Patrick’s Day later this week, but is generally appealing enough that we’ve seen its style replicated on a bunch of colorways nowhere close to Irish. Check these out up close after the jump and find yours at Foot Locker starting tomorrow.
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I respect people who like the simplicity of shoes like these, but for I, these are boring general releases that have nothing to do with St. Patty's Day. I am going to rock the real St Patty's Days on the 17th and they are for real.
I got the white and black one just like these. I might scoop these , I always been a fan of the double swoosh I had a couple pairs of the early 2000's double swoosh forces back in the day.
I, for one, appreciate the simplicity. If they wanted to do something for St. Pats however, they could have added some gold hits on the nike logos, maybe some gold stitching around the swoosh as well. Otherwise, a very nice AF1.
They are just white/green forces there isnt anything that makes them st.patricks day. Nike i remember the white/green pats a few years back what happing to making them diffrent from all the other forces.