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Nike Air Force 1 Downtown Low “Brown Mamba”

October 4, 2013 BY / 3

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It’s been a while since we’ve seen a Nike Air Force 1 pair use this specific sort of reptilian looking leather. In fact, the last time we can remember the texture popping up on a pair of Uptowns was on this Nike Air Force 1 High back in 2011. This time around it actually appears to be a Downtown version, as the sole seems to be of that shaved down ilk. The sample was previewed here by HTM member Hiroshi Fujiwara, but as far as we can tell they aren’t a collab production. See the sneakers again after the break and check back in with Sneaker News for word on whether or not they’ll be coming to retail.



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3 comments
KenDo
KenDo

These turds will probably look nice on feet if you wear them correctly

schopes
schopes

I don't like these, I respect crinkled leather, but this has gone to far. This is a great insult for an upper like that to be seated on a gum sole.

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