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Liberty x Nike Air Force 1 Downtown – Release Date

October 21st, 2013 by / 6

Though they had primarily been known for their floral patterns released on ladies sneakers, Liberty of London crossed over for a number of Nike Air Force 1 Downtown designs in 2013.  By this point in the year, having seen them work with Vans and issue a variety of additional NSW collabs, it’s natural to think of Liberty as using their fabrics for guys shoes too, but that wasn’t the case before their AF1 Downtown hightops.  These lows further the sense of Liberty as a label that has something for everyone, as this multicolor pattern based in Midnight Turquoise appeals to a more masculine sensibility.  Check them out from more angles below and be ready for the long-awaited US release date that goes down this Saturday, October 26th at shops like Politics.

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I wish these were uptowns


will it be possible to get these online?


These are cool and it pains me to say that about downtown af1s...


@Bigga I'm with you. The weird print matched up with the weird silhouette kind of work.

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