September 27, 2012 BY John Kim / 13
The ever-changing plateau of Nike’s innovation technology continues to offer up ideas for Nike Sportswear to reconstitute its originals with new-age materials and concepts. Consider the Air Classic BW laden with Torch of 2010, the Dunk High strapped with Hyperfuse in 2011, and now the Air Force 1 with a Lunar outsole; each of the mentioned models grabs a classic silhouette and implements an upgrade consistent with contemporary methods, and this first look at the Lunar-based Air Force 1 shows that Nike is certainly onto something with this unique idea. We already touched on a Lunar Force 1 Fuse in our report of the 2013 Black History Month collection, so there’s definitely more on way should Nike move forward in this direction. A full shot of two colorways are right ahead, so take a look and drop a comment!
Those arent bad...i like the colorway and the different usage of materials...the lunar title makes it easy to understand the bright colorway...and i agree af1's will make a comeback.
Innovative...just 'cause it's not an OG, doesn't mean y'all gotta hate...going to be laughing in a few years, when all of sudden AF1s come back around in popularity (again).
@djkornbred These are not bad to me as well homie. I appreciate your honesty instead of being like everybody else on this site and just following what the first comment said.
@djkornbred Nope. If we don't like them. We don't like them. K?
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