Classics Revisited: Nike Air Force 1 Low “Christmas” (2005)

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CHRISTMAS-INSPIRED SNEAKERS WEEK

Our week-long spotlight on Christmas-inspired sneakers continues on Classics Revisited with a look at this late-2005 release of the Nike Air Force 1 Low. This Premium release featured a unique grid-like textured pattern on the upper, with the Metallic Silver on the forefoot featuring a shimmering finish that gave the shoes a snowy-white look. While a true ‘Christmas’ inspiration wasn’t embraced by Nike until the later years, this Red/Silver Air Force 1 Low was a clear reference to the end-of-the-year holiday. More of tonight’s Classics Revisited below so take a look and let us know if you have these mid-2000 Air Force 1s in your stash!

Nike Air Force 1 Low “Christmas’
Color: Metallic Silver/Varsity Red-White
Style Code: 312945-061
Release Date: 12/2005


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inTheNameofQuen
inTheNameofQuen

i had these i would love another pair they were hard to keep clean tho

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