Sneaker News just brought you a look at five of the more memorable Nike Air Force 1 Lows during last week’s Classics Revisited feature. The AF1 has thrived over its thirty years because of these high-profile drops without question, and you also cannot doubt the contributions of general releases like the one pictured above that make these the most colorway’d kicks of all time. The Air Force 1 Low has dropped in several colorways of this pattern one degree away from the most basic blocking, this new Vivid Orange-accented white pair the kind of thing you’d expect to sell out in Knoxville, Tennessee, whenever they’re available. And though it’s not a ‘volunteer’ job (the AF1 Low retails at $90), these are indeed available now from NikeStore.
Nike Air Force 1 Low
Looks like Nike has been taking notes from me or trying to come up with some colorways from my designs lol (I'll post a pic on WDYWT sometime this week to show that I'm not lying). Seriously, I do the most basic sneaker customs for my Air Force 1's, because Nike "Can't Do It!". Living in Eugene, I'll get Nike wondering, "Where are these colorful Nike Air Force Ones coming from? We haven't produced these yet with an "O" on the foxing or toe box." I ask my self on my customs, "Did I buy these? Or did I create them?" - "C.E.O." (Creative En Ones)