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Nike Air Force 1 Low – Black – Gamma Blue

August 31st, 2013 by | 2 comments

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Yes, the Nike Air Force 1 Low without the Lunar platform is still around. Shown is an upcoming pair of that classic style, one that manages to sneaker in a modern twist of a different kind. Across the toe box and side panels is a gridded, linear look-one that sort of looks like an each of last year’s “Doernbecher” Nike Air Force 1 Low. No word yet on when they’ll find their way into stateside sneaker shops-but they’ve popped up over in Japan so the wait shouldn’t be a terrible long one. Continue reading to get more familiar with the shoes in question and let us know in the comments if you’re feeling the combo.

Nike Air Force 1 Low
Black/Black-Gamma Blue
488298-073

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Nike Lunar Force 1 Fuse Leather “Red Camo Swoosh”

July 26th, 2013 by | 1 comment

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The Nike Lunar Force 1 has done a great job at blending an old school silhouette with new school tech by outfitting the upper with the perfect mix of leather and Hyperfuse, making any colorway a great addition to your wardrobe. This “Red Camo” release goes a step further though by covering the Swoosh and heel tabs in the ever popular camo trend while maintaining a simple alternating red and black color blocking on the rest of the upper. You can view more photos of the release below and pick up your pair on the official release date of August 3rd from retailers like Sneaker Lounge.

Nike Lunar Force 1 Fuse Leather
Hyper Red/Noble Red-Black
599839-600
08/03/13
$125

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Nike Air Force 1 “Evangelion” Customs by Sekure D

July 25th, 2013 by | 9 comments

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After wrapping up his successful ‘Watchmen’ series with the Air Jordan IV “Rorschach”, Sekure D is back showcasing his love for Neon Genesis Evangelion with the Nike Air Force 1 “Evangelion” customs. While sneaker customization is reaching new heights, the use of glow in the dark has catapulted as well, and Sekure D made sure to use Nike’s recent Air Force 1 “Glow in the Dark” as the canvas on his most recent release. Paying homage to parts of the Eva 1 with the purple paint job, the Typse S on the heel tab and shoulder logo on the heel tie everything together. View more photos of this custom below.

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Nike Air Force 1 High – OG 1983 Pair on eBay

May 23rd, 2013 by | 1 comment

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The Nike Air Force 1 is a sneaker that’s proven to hold up pretty well over time. For example: since they predate the whole visible Air era you don’t really have to worry about the exploding soles happening. This vintage pair, a Nike Air Force 1 High apparently released in 1983, proves their sturdiness (Look ma, no yellowing!). Get with us after the jump to see a full photo set on this vintage Nike Air Force 1 High and let us know in the comments if you think you could get some actual wear out of the 30 year old gem. Also, if you feel like adding them to the collection then hit up mitsenfbitte on eBay.

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Nike Air Force Max 2013 “Grape” – Arriving at Retailers

May 21st, 2013 by | 3 comments

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We won’t blame people if they thought that the “Area 72″ version of the Nike Air Force Max 2013 would be the best of that sneaker’s colorways to ever arrive. Those just may have been topped though by this, a much more traditional looking “Grape” take on the slightly remixed shoe. Do you prefer this lowkey version to the wild graphics and glow in the dark treatment found on the aforementioned All-Star release? Tell us in the comments below and keep in mind that the “Grape” version of the Nike Air Force Max 2013 is showing up at stores like Wish in Atlanta now.

Nike Air Force Max 2013
555105-101
05/25/13

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Complex’s Complete History of Streetball Sneakers

May 21st, 2013 by | 2 comments

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Sneakers specific tuned for outdoor play are sort of a dying breed at the moment, with not too many of the XDR joints and the like making huge noise here in the US at the moment. The category perhaps reached its peak back in the 90s, when companies were eager to cater to players who didn’t have access to real deal hardwood, a goal that also allowed them to inject some more “street” imagery into the associated campaigns. Helping tell the tale of outdoor basketball sneakers is this piece from Complex, which labels itself as a complete history of streetball sneakers. Did they hit all the key points? Check out some streetball models culled from the history books after the jump and let us know in the comments.

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Complex’s 10 Sneakers That Are Too Good to Be Retroed

May 15th, 2013 by | 5 comments

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Are there certain sneakers that you’d rather never got a retro? Ones so precious that you don’t trust a sneaker company to get it right on the second go round? If you have trouble coming up with anything in that category then don’t worry, list gurus Complex are here to help. Included in their group of sneakers that are “too good to be retroed” are the Reebok Victory GTI, Nike Air Python, the Nike Air Command Force and…well just hit the jump if you want to see more. Or go ahead and see the whole compilation at Complex.

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