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Nike Air Force 1 High DCN Military BT

May 3, 2012 BY / 3

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For all those Sneaker News readers out there too young to have celebrated one (which represents a hefty majority), the reason Nike Sportswear is giving the Air Force 1 so many pearl gifts is because that’s the traditional present to commemorate 30 years of wedded bliss.  It’s with that in mind that the AF1-XXX ‘Pearl’ collection adds opalescent dubraes and generally premium construction to this three-decade dominator, the latest instance of which is likely the most rugged to date.  The Nike Air Force 1 High DCN Military Boot goes in the opposite direction as the Lux Max Air drops, opting for a revised, strapless ankle and an earthy suede/nylon combo that’s sure to sell out with quickness just like the other XXX Pearl drops.  Check these out in greater detail below and be ready when they arrive at Nike Sportswear retailers like Limited Edt soon.

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