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Nike Womens Court Force & Vandal Low – Pucci Pack

February 17th, 2009 by | 1 comment

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The sneakers that Nike puts out for Women get better and better by the season and the newest pack to be released for the ladies is this Pucci Pack which consists of a Court Force and Vandal Low. The pattern used on the shoe’s are inspired by Emilio Pucci’s geometric pattern. Both sneakers feature the use of White as the base color with various hits of Mint and Liquid Lime, the Court Force High even uses some Metallic Gold. Additionally both sneakers feature the use of satin and patent leather, lastly a nice Gold bow-shaped dubrae is used to make these sneakers stand out. They are available now via select Nike Sportswear retailers as well as the Kix-Files Online Store.

Nike WMNS Court Force High – Pucci Pack
Style: 316117-173
Color: White/Metallic Gold-Mint-Liquid Lime

Nike WMNS Vandal Low – Pucci Pack
Style: 312492-104
Color: White/Jetstream-Mint-Liquid Lime

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Nike Air Max Light LE + Court Force Hi – Turquoise

January 28th, 2009 by | 5 comments

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If the dark winter color schemes have got you down, Nike will brighten up your day once again with this preview of an electric set of turquoise gems. The Air Max Light and Court Force Hi are back in their most startling incarnations yet. Both pairs lean on a healthy dose of turquoise with yellow accents further illuminating the palette. The icing on the cake comes in the form of metallic silver polka-dots decorating the uppers. If vibrant colors are your thing, look out for these stunners at Vagant later this year.

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Nike Court Force High – Grey/White-Obsidian-Red

November 27th, 2008 by | No comments

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We haven’t seen as much of the Court Force lately compared to some other Nike shoe styles, but in case you’ve been missing the classic basketball sneaker, Nike has served up a nice new colorway that recalls some old themes, but brings a certain amount of modernity to the shoe.  The shoe above is part of a pack that also consists of the Nike Air Force 180 that we showed you recently.  Like it’s other pack member, this Court Force is featured in a Grey, White, Obsidian, and Red colorway.  The shoe consists of some nice materials including a suede toe-box, a satin ankle section and a leather mid-panel.  This clean Court Force is available to cop now at Grip Footwear.

Style: 314429-102
Color: Grey/White-Obsidian-Red

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Nike Court Force High LUX – Black & Light Charcoal

November 13th, 2008 by | 2 comments

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Nike will be launching a two sneaker pack of Court Force High’s with Nike’s renowned LUX treatment at select Nike Tier Zero retailers this upcoming Saturday, November 15th. The Court Force is one of the often overlooked shoe’s from Nike’s history and now with these limited Tier Zero versions set to drop we’re sure there will be some sneakerheads lining up for either pair. We’re not positive what makes either pair “LUX” but seeing from past Air Force 1 LUX shoes, these will not disappoint when it comes to material usage and treatment. One colorway is composed of Black and Sail while the other uses Light Charcoal and Sail. Pick these up this Saturday, November 15th at various Nike Tier Zero retailers such as UNDFTD in LA and Santa Monica.

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Nike Court Force High Premium – Swan – Varsity Purple

October 13th, 2008 by | No comments

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While the Court Force isn’t our favorite silhouette from Nike this particular pair seems to come correct, with the various materials used that includes satin, suede, and high quality leathers it’s no wonder that this pair is classified as a Premium Court Force. The satin heel and tongue are really what set this pair a part from other Court Force’s we’ve seen. Additionally the colors are a bit different than what we usually see as well; this Court Force mixes Swan, Varsity Purple, Pavement Grey, and Clay all together. Pick it up now at select Nike retailers including Grip Footwear.

Style: 314429-151
Color: Swan/Varsity Purple-Pavement Grey-Clay

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Nike Court Force High – Grey – Metallic Silver

August 7th, 2008 by | 1 comment

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 The Nike Court Force has always played somewhat of a second fiddle to its more famous cousin, the Dunk, but it is nevertheless a popular model in the Nike lineup, and has a rather dedicated fan base.  This new model of the Court Force Hi is definitely a slick looking pair of kicks, and comes in a primarily silver colorway.  The silver swoosh has graced some of Nike’s finest kicks in recent years such as the Tiffany Dunk SB, and is always a real eye catcher.  The front toebox and heel also come in hues of shining silver, and definitely contribute to the overall clean look of these kicks.  For anyone looking for some clean kicks that will attract some attention, these Court Force Highs are definitely the way to go.  Available now at Size?

Color: Neutral Grey/Metallic Silver-White
Style: 311206-004


> Nikestore: Nike Court Force High – Grey – Metallic Silver

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Nike Chinese Ceramics Pack – Trainer Dunk Hi + Court Force Low

July 30th, 2008 by | 5 comments

nike pottery pack 01 Nike Chinese Ceramics Pack   Trainer Dunk Hi + Court Force Low

Nike Asia has just released a Trainer Dunk High and a Court Force Low as part of a Chinese Ceramics inspired pack of sneakers. Both sneakers uses ornate designs and colors known commonly as “blue and white wares” which is white pottery and porcelain decorated under the glaze with a blue pigment, generally cobalt oxide. The decoration is commonly applied by hand, by stencilling or by transfer-printing, though other methods of application have also been used. [Wikipedia] Utilizing white patent leather and blue colored ornate graphics, these two sneakers can easily be mistaken for “blue and white wares”from the Qing Dynasty. Available now at select shops in Asia. Thanks DolKick

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