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Nike Air Force 1 Low – Black – Challenge Red

October 1, 2012 BY / 2

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The Air Force 1 continues its conquest in this Thirtieth Anniversary campaign, offering yet another totally novel style as a pleasant surprise to start the Holiday season. These new Nike Air Force 1 Lows are all leather in a familiar black and red combination, but the use of a gradient on the Swoosh plus some serious speckling on the greyed-out sole. They look a bit Knicks-ish from some angles in this lighting so stick with Sneaker News to find out if this turns out to be one of the motifs Nike Sportswear likes to replicate across multiple palettes, and in the meantime click through for more shots of this bred AF1 Low.

Nike Air Force 1 Low
Black/Challenge Red
488298-070

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Jumpfan23
Jumpfan23

With all these releases the AF1 game is going to its popularity back. Maybe take some heat off the damn Jordan game. (fingures crossed)

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