Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 Low – Camo – Gum

October 11, 2012 BY / 2

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The return of the Supreme team to the Nike SB Dunk Low was already reason for excitement amongst box logo fanatics in 2012, a reprisal of some of their best works that let folks a few years younger get a stab at the Air Jordan III meets Dunk theme. But they’re not stopping there, coming with the an unprecedented move and selecting a Nike Sportswear silo for their latest, dipping three pairs of the Nike Air Force 1 Low in clean looks and just the right amount of branding. What just might go down as the most sought after is pictured here, the camo colored one featuring the same blocking on the bottoms with that classic gum on white look. Flip through our gallery after the jump to take a look and keep it locked on Sneaker News as we wait for release info on the Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 Low “Camo”.













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2 comments
Theboyone
Theboyone

I've got to agree the white midsole don't look good at all. Easy easy pass!

420King
420King

The white midsole kills the shoe leaves them dead in the water, plus the Camo XXX's that came out a few months ago slay these supremes.  Easy Easy Pass

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