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Nike Air Force 180 High Pump “Murder” Customs by Revive

July 12, 2012 BY / 5

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While the upcoming retro pairs will arrive sans the classic pump mechanism, there is at least one lone wolf out there in the world of customs bent on resurrecting the Nike Air Force 180 High in true OG form. Revive already went to town on one pair, breathing some new life into them via a crafty sole swap, and he’s back again this time with a colorway tune up. The murderous moniker references this, with the Dave Robinson special getting dipped in an almost all black look. Click through with us to check out the results and let us know if you would pick up a pair like the Nike Air Force 180 High ‘Murder’ if it were to magically appear in the retro lineup.


 

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