Nike Air Force 180 Mid “Glow in the Dark” – Release Reminder

October 26, 2012 BY / 5

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Glow-in-the-dark continues its year-long trend with tomorrow’s official release of the Nike Air Force 180 in Anthracite/Vibrant Yellow; we first saw this colorway over the Summer months, but only recently did we get a look at the shoes in full ‘GITD’ glory. These garnered some intense interest from our readers upon viewing the glowing midsole, Swoosh, and inner lining, leading some to wonder why those three Nike Basketball Signatures from the 2012 All-Star Pack didn’t feature the same glowing interior! In any case, don’t forget to cop these joints tomorrow at select Nike Sportswear retailers like Extra Butter, but in case these sell out faster than you expected, see what’s available on eBay.

Nike Air Force 180 Mid
Anthracite/Vibrant Yellow-Black
537330-001
10/27/12
$130


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5 comments
DannyHolcom
DannyHolcom

I fucking hate it when you guys throw up RELEASE REMINDERS on a shoe that you've NEVER POSTED ANYTHING ABOUT BEFORE! Thanks for the heads up...dick

YaBoyArtillery
YaBoyArtillery

Already got em. They bright as hell but Dnt hold a charge long enough. Still a good shoe tho

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