They already had a Safari option ID drop last year, Nike needs to let it go and stop recycling over and over and over . . . . . . Plus these are below average
July 29, 2013 BY Brendan Dunne / 2
It seems that no model is safe from the safari print in 2013. Sneakers that really don’t have anything to do with that Nike print’s history continue to pick up on it regardless-we’re looking at you Nike Air Foamposite one and Nike Air Griffey Max 360. Of course, the Nike Air Force 1 Low is no stranger to the stuff, having donned a more straightforward safari look back in 2008. This one switches around the colors just a bit, but still seems to be aiming at that OG black and burn orange pair. Give us your two cents on the sneakers via the comments below and stay tuned to find out more on this possible upcoming Nike Air Force 1 release.
Tags: Nike Air Force 1 Low