August 27, 2013 BY John Kim / 14
The majority of the myriad styles that we’ve seen pick up the “Safari” style in 2013 have been ones that came around years after the original Nike Air Safari. The upcoming Nike Air Force 1 Low pictured finally reverses that trend, as the sneaker shown was born five years prior to that couch-inspired Tinker shoe. There’s still no word on a release date yet for the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Safari”, but you can but we’ll be there with it as soon as it’s available. See more with us below and then tell us in the comments if you’re feeling this pair of Uptowns.
lookin good! id love to see a darker cw with inverted safari pattern.
gotta love that perfect gum sole ms combo
Well done, In my opinion these are better than the originals not in terms of materials but the way the colors are layed out these right here are a Halloween/October Harvest correct combo. These are Perfection for real, 2 pairs.
They been falling off on the forces lately but these are a go... Got the last safaris like five yrs ago but these can be added to the collection too... Hope this is the start of a new beginning for af1s... Leave that lunar garbage and downtown trash on the design floor.
Na I'd take your old af1 safaris any day over these. They got the black and orange right but the grey is lame and the print itself is weak if its not that khaki/cream color. I got the last safaris that dropped and they're one of my favorite shoes. They shoulda just re-released the classic safari af1s. I woulda hunted those down
@Bigga Hopefully lol. If Nike can't design someone else will JUST DO IT hahaha... and hopefully Nike begins designing AF1's with the MX mid-soles than Lunar mid-soles.
Spoken like a true Af1 scholar. I 100% agree that the originals are better but I was just appreciating these because Nike has not been releasing any good Af1s lately. But you are 100% rite with the classic orange and gray. That original safari pack was actually nice now that I think about it but I didn't cop the air max or cross trainers...
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