May 11, 2013 BY John Kim / 2
Sneaker colorways have come a long way (perhaps stepping a bit too far beyond normal bounds) over the years. Back then, all you needed was a clean white/black colorway with the perfect hit of color, but these days, if it doesn’t have bright crimson speckling with glow-in-the-dark outsoles and some sort of crazy print on the lining, the shoe is deemed too generic. Older cats certainly appreciate the simpler days of sneaker colorways, like when this OG Nike Air Force Max with the light touch of Ultramarine blue on the heel was a definite eye-catcher on the streets. We’ve got a look at this rare OG pair below, so give it a review and see the listing in full from antoniojoaquin123 on eBay.
Nike Air Force Max
Light Neutral Grey/Black-Ultramarine
Tags: Nike Air Force Max
@JFresh_136 Right. Them midsoles ain't looking too good. Eye candy indeed.
I always loved this shoe though, probably my all-time favorite. It was the perfect balance between aggression, and simplicity. I don't mind progress, but I feel that too many shoes these days are getting too ridiculous looking, design and color-wise.
Nike Air Force Max 2013 “Area 72″ – Release Reminder by John Kim 11 Comments