Nike Air Force 1 High “Presidential” – Air Force One Inspired

October 12, 2012 BY / 6

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As things continue to heat up the political world leading up to this year’s presidential election, Nike too has decided to get a little bit presidential. Of course they’re not taking sides (although can you imagine how sick an elephant print/donkey hair pack would be?), instead lifting the model up to the maximum height in order to sort of metaphorically represent the high flying vessel it’s inspired by. After that the ‘Presidential’ Nike Air Force 1 High gets a flag stamped on the back end and a serial number made to again reflect a plane from the actual Air Force One fleet. Click through to check out the photos and stay tuned for release info on the Nike Air Force 1 High ‘Presidential’. Also keep in mind that Japanese power house mita is already has them in stock.

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6 comments
Jumpfan23
Jumpfan23

these are so damn cool and crazy how they completely captured the Air Force One 747 thses are nuts and hi af1 are the freshed imo.

zamieo
zamieo

These are crazy. 

SneakerCraze
SneakerCraze

I'll always be an Air Force 1 head.....love the details!

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