May 31, 2013 BY John Kim / 15
There’s no doubt that Air Force 1 colroways have been crazier and crazier, but that route has certainly attracted some of the younger sneaker fans while the simpler, two-toned versions continue to keep the older cats pleased. Perhaps one of the most color Air Force 1s we’ve seen in 2013, the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Weatherman”, which borrows the identical graphic from the Nike Air Foamposite One of the same concept, features some additional details that might make these too irresistible to pass up. The opaque outsole matches the glossy nature of the upper, with a gradient white-to-blue serving as a nice pairing with the heat-mapped upper. A gallery of the Weatherman Forces is right below, so take a look and stay tuned to Sneaker News for more info as it develops.
Worst kicks I have ever seen, these have the Lame stamped all over them. No shoes on the planet worse than this.
enough with these fuckin gay meteorologist shoes. faggot doppler radar pieces of garbage. i don't want to know about an impending storm front by lookin at my shoes.
What can I say, there's INFINITE design possibilities for AF1's. They're like "pi" symbol in mathematics hahaha. I'm sure Nike will then design a pair of AF1's with a map of the whole globe hahaha..
@Bigga23 hell nah....
Cuz the foams shape ain't made for different shit like this..Nike need to just stick to basic cw's and kill all the graphic shit
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