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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.

Best of #SneakerNews – Spurs Edition

June 2nd, 2014 by | 6 comments

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The thrilling 2014 NBA Playoffs wrapped up in the past week, and the Spurs and the Heat are once again the last teams left standing. In celebration of the former squad, we put a call out for San Antonio spurs flavored sneakers for our weekly Best of #SneakerNews rundown. Of course there aren’t a huge number of official Spurs colorways, so we were pretty lenient this time around and included anything that heavily utilizes white/black/grey. Continue reading to see the whole lot of them and watch for us to give a shoutout to the best on @SneakerNews.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low “Independence Day 2014″

June 1st, 2014 by | 3 comments

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The 4th of July is one of those holidays that sneaker companies always make sure to reference with some well timed footwear. Last year Nike Sportswear came through with the Nike Air Max 90 Hyperfuse “USA” set, which has since skyrocketed in secondary market value, thanks in no small part to a Kanye cosign. For 2014 they’ll be serving up the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Independence Day”, which plants stars and stripes across the iconic Nike Air Force 1 Low silhouette. Check out the evidence after the click and stay with us for release date info on the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Independence Day 2014″.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low “Gold Elephant” – Release Date

June 1st, 2014 by | No comments

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The Nike Air Force 1 has been more and more comfortable donning elephant print in recent years. NIKEiD in particular has offered that classic Air Jordan 3 era print up no small number of times. This edition isn’t a NIKEiD one though, rather an inline that lets you in on that treatment at a price tag that’s a bit more tame. Gathered here are Nike Sportswear’s shots of the sneakers, along with the info that boutique shops across the country art starting to get their stock in right now. See what we mean after the click and best of luck in your pursuit of this Nike Air Force 1 Low as it hits stores on June 6th.

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Sneakers Releasing This Weekend – May 31st, 2014

May 30th, 2014 by | No comments

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There aren’t too many sneakers releasing this weekend. In fact, it just might be the quietest weekend so far in 2014 in terms of releases. Most notably there are no major Air Jordan drops, which doesn’t happen too often given how good of a job they do of filling up the calendar. But back to what is coming: “Everglades” LeBrons, “Moonwalker” Sauconys, a flavorful Air Raid, and more. Browse the full style info for each of them below and then tell us in the comments which sneakers you’ll be trying to purchase this weekend.

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Nike Air Force 1 AC “City Collection”

May 28th, 2014 by | 15 comments

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The latest range of Nike Air Force 1 AC pairs orients them towards the ever popular “City Pack” theme. Mind you, the cities selected are clearly meant as stand ins for the the biggest players in each of the towns. There is a Miami Heat looking one, a LA Lakers, and an OKC – we’re sure you can figure out who each of those sneakers is connected to. While each of the shoes have been spotted at scattered NSW retailers already, their official Nikestore release will come on Friday, June 6th. Get acquainted with these Air Force 1s below and stick with us for sneaker release dates an all sorts of upcoming pairs.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low CMFT PRM QS “Hyper Punch”

May 28th, 2014 by | 4 comments

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If white on white Air Force 1s are still considered a summer wardrobe staple, surely white-based pairs with a little bit of flair tossed in should be up for consideration. This Nike Air Force 1 Low with its hyper punch accents definitely fits that bill. Not only do the shoes have those pink sections added on, they’ve also got an almost lenticular looking Swoosh for the side and an icy sole that sprinkles some sparkles in. When we’re getting them here in the US is still a question mark, but Euro spots have theirs no so the wait should be too long. To help tide you over, make sure you see the Nike Air Force 1 Low CMFT PRM QS “Hyper Punch” in better detail below.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low “Independence Day”

May 27th, 2014 by | 4 comments

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We’re already well aware that nothing says Summer quite like a fresh white pair of Air Force 1s, but just incase you were thinking about mixing up your footwear selection during your family BBQ on July 4th, Nike has you covered with this Nike Air Force 1 Low “Independence Day”. The silhouette has been no stranger to prints over the past couple of years as this model gets a healthy dose of premium leather on the toebox and Swoosh while a canvas comprised of faded stars contrasts with a heel featuring splattered paint resembling the US flag’s stripes. Expect these to drop in early July. In the meantime, get with us after the click for a better look at this festive Nike Air Force 1 Low and let us know what you think of this pair by penning your thoughts in the comments section.

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