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The Nike Air Force 1 is a basketball sneaker first released by Nike in 1972. Click in for information, release dates, and new colorways for the Nike Air Force 1.

Nike Women’s Air Force 1 “Iridescent Pearl”

August 30th, 2014 by | 5 comments

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Shiny sneakers for the ladies are aplenty this year thanks in no small part to the “Iridescent Pearl” pack from Nike Sportswear. When the group was officially unveiled earlier this week we saw a Nike Air Force 1 Hi and a Nike Lunar Force 1 Sky Hi, but as it turns out, the group is even deeper than that. This new set of photos also features a Nike Air Force 1 Low that sticks with the shiny, crinkled look. Find the shots after the break and remember that these should be launching in the US on 9/12.

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Nike Lunar Force 1 “Black Ice”

August 29th, 2014 by | 3 comments

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Were you one of the ones waiting on this pair of Nike Lunar Force 1s? The sneakers have had a couple of official release dates that we can remember, and maybe you’ve already gotten a chance to scoop them up, but here’s another spot that’s got them in stock just in case. The sneaker plants an icy sole on the bottom to go underneath the Lunar treatment, a treatment which should lighten up this classically chunky basketball shoe. Take another look at them below and buy yours today from Oneness if you’re feeling them.

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Nike Sportswear Has Another Air Force 1 “City Pack” In The Works

August 27th, 2014 by | 5 comments

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Is it just us, or are the “City Pack” treatments at an all time high? The Nike Air Force 1 looks to be going down that route again soon, as evidenced by the preview pairs here of the London and Milan persuasion. Diehard Force fans will likely be happy about the fact that these are indeed Air pairs – no fancy new Lunar cushioning this time around. Stay with us after the break to see the other photos available now and stay tuned to Sneaker News for more on the upcoming Nike Air Force 1 “City Pack” release.

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Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 High “Black”

August 27th, 2014 by | 16 comments

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Next up in this string of Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 High is the black colorway that was originally spotted in that heel-shot teaser last week. Like the white pair we picked up on earlier this week, this all-black pair features the bold Supreme brand logo on the heel with the WORLD FAMOUS tag-line printed on the canvas ankle strap. There are rumors that a third red pair is in the mix as well, so we’ll deliver those to you when we get a first glance as well. Your thoughts on this latest Supreme x Nike collaboration? Stay tuned for more and give us your opinions in the Comments area below.

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Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 High “White”

August 26th, 2014 by | 26 comments

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A major headline last week was the revelation of a Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 High collaboration, which is tentatively set for a October/November release. While no other firm information regarding this release has been revealed, we’re getting another look at the White pair of the High, which clearly reveals the “WORLD FAMOUS” tagline on the strap and the 94 debossing on the heel. The rest of the sneaker looks to be the untouched “all-white” variety, but expect a black pair and a yet-to-be-seen red pair later on as well. Your thoughts on Supreme hitting more NSW models? Check out the additional photo below and stay tuned for the latest.

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Nike WMNS Air Force 1 “Iridescent Pearl Collection”

August 25th, 2014 by | 10 comments

 Nike WMNS Air Force 1 Iridescent Pearl Collection

The wedge sneaker continues to be a viable option for any lady sneakerhead as it adds the extra boost in the heel yet retains the sneaker silhouette for a casual look. One of the more popular rendition of the category has been the Nike Lunar Force 1 Sky Hi thanks to the comfort of a lunarlon midsole while the Air Force 1 upper stands the test of time for a classic aesthetic. The latest release features that iridescent sheen that’s been so popular with the ladies as an all silver foil upper contrasts the icy outsole. The sneaker will release as a member of the Nike WMNS Air Force 1 “Iridescent Pearl Collection” alongside a more traditional Nike WMNS Air Force 1 Hi featuring a similar shiny base. As always, we have some more photos for you after the click and know that each pair will be available Friday, September 12th, 2014 at 8 AM EDT.

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Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 High – Teaser

August 21st, 2014 by | 56 comments

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It looks like there is a set of Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 High pairs coming this year to celebrate the brand’s 20th anniversary. So far, the skateshop-turned-streetwear giant has been pretty quiet on any sort of special projects referencing two decades in business, but this would certainly be a fine way to go about celebrating. The teaser photo here features a white-based and black-based Air Force 1 High with split “Supreme” lettering across the back and some more lettering up on the straps that seems to mentioned their “World Famous” status. Continue reading for a first glance at the Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 High project, which is said to include a red pair, and let us know in the comments if you’re excited.

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