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Nike Court Force AC Canvas

March 10th, 2012 by | 5 comments

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The Nike Court Force High is one of those models that was quite common in the mid-’00s, but has subsequently seen its frequency fall off a cliff as Nike Sportswear makes room for an unprecedented variety of retro styles.  We still haven’t seen a new pair since last October, but this new variation proves NSW hasn’t entirely shelved the beloved 1987-born silhouette.  The new Nike Court Force AC follows the path blazed by models like the Air Force 180 and Flight Lite, adopting a vulcanized sole for a more casual approach.  Canvas on the navy and grey uppers drive the easy-wearing feel home, and you’ll find these pairs in stock now exclusively at the UK’s JD Sports.

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Nike Court Force – White – Anthracite – Wolf Grey

October 22nd, 2011 by | 2 comments

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Nike Sportswear has expanded its casually-oriented lifestyle offerings alongside the ever-growing array of retro runs, leaving a couple of former staples lacking the same kind of attention they got, say, five years ago.  Much like the Vandal, the Nike Court Force High has been relegated to occasional playing time in recent years, but this new white and grey getup proves there’s still plenty of life left in this hightop classic.  There’s never been a Court Force quite like this before but they feel familiar with colorblocking that accentuates the ’80s-era lines on this immediate predecessor to the recently revived Sky Force ’88.  These are another JD Sports exclusive Court Force colorway; would you be interested in a wider variety if they were readily available stateside?

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Nike Court Force High ‘Ripstop Pack’

July 6th, 2011 by | 3 comments

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Many of our recent profiles of Nike Court Force High releases have come along with the observation that those were the first ones in a good while, so hopefully this second set now in two months means we’ll see more of this one-time Nike Sportswear standby.  The newest Court Force Highs come with identical material distribution,  the trio divided into two different colorblocking styles.  First up is an all-black pair that really makes the most of the texture from its ripstop nylon uppers, with blue and grey pairs instead opting for contrasting white Swooshes and midsoles.  Click through to see all three pairs and if you want one or all of them, you’ll have to consult with JD Sports, who are currently offering free shipping to their UK customers.

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Nike Court Force High – June 2011

June 5th, 2011 by | 2 comments

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With only a single non-WMNS colorway profiled on Sneaker News in all of 2011, it’s about time to see a couple new Nike Court Force High colorways.  These two update the Court Force’s classic silhouette with a couple of well-timed colorways that each offer a different take on the black/grey/white spectrum that’s so popular at the moment.  The brighter pair is mostly white with tonal grey accents and just a hint of blue, while a black pair also has a few grey shades to go along with red on the bottom eyelets.  Click through to see more of both pairs, but don’t even bother with your local Nike Sportswear retailer on these because they’re only available from JD Sports.

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Collections: Montana Inc’s $50,000 Deadstock Stash

May 30th, 2011 by | 34 comments

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“I started the same way as many other heads – two words… Michael Jordan.”

A sneakerhead who calls himself Montana Inc described how he got going in the sneaker game in a recent interview with Sneaker Freaker, recalling how he received the OG Air Jordan VII ‘Bordeaux’ from his parents as a young boy.  Montana still swears there’s no better feeling than getting a new fresh pair, but when you’ve got a collection as extensive as his, simply storing them can be an issue.  So Montana is selling one of the best deadstock collections you’ll see this side of the ShoeZeum, including rarities like a pair of mid ’90s mid/lowtops made for the Late Show with David Letterman, beloved classics like the Air Jordan XI ‘Concord’ from 2006′s Defining Moments Package and even all three colors from 2009′s mega-hit Nike Air Yeezy!  Click through to see a small sampling of Montana’s wares, then head over to SNKRFRKR to see the entire stash plus his full interview.

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Nike WMNS Court Force High – Myth – Metallic Platinum – Spark – Chlorine Blue

April 10th, 2011 by | No comments

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The Nike Court Force High isn’t necessarily forgotten, but it certainly gets lost in shuffle of Dunks and Air Force 1s. There’s nothing more attention grabbing than a vibrant colorway, which this new release certainly can be described as. Consisting of a mix of Myth, Metallic Platinum, Spark, and Chlorine Blue (with more sprinkled in), this combination of colors fitting with the Times Square neon lights make this Court Force stand out with purpose. Much like the Court Force Retro releases of the middle-2000′s that featured the neon colorways, this one’s a bit more fitting because it’s for the ladies! Check out the extra pics below and get familiar, because these just became available at Sneakernstuff.

Nike WMNS Court Force High
Myth/Metallic Platinum-Spark-Chlorine Blue

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Collections: Jason White – 2000 Pair Deadstock Discovery

April 2nd, 2011 by | No comments

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Every sneakerhead has an amazing mom-and-pop-shop sneaker story to tell. The time you spotted an OG pair of Jordans or some early 90′s Nike Trainers in a clearance bin, when the shop-owner needed to make room for his new shipments and decided to liquidate a bunch of Air Maxes from the early 2000s, or any other instance when time stood still and the sneaker gods spoke directly to your heart. Jason White, a self-described ‘creative and unique individual’ has one story that trumps them all – a discovery of nearly 2,000 deadstock pairs of vintage Nikes, Converses, Diadoras, Etonics, and other gems just dying for some natural sunlight. How did White unearth these gems? He stopped by for some Red Wing boots and left with, well, not Red Wing boots. He describes the store owner as the type to ‘not get rid of stuff’, and wouldn’t let some of the items go for below the retail price. That’s good business on both sides, so check out a sampling of White’s gargantuan find below and head to Sneaker Freaker for the full feature and interview.

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