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NIKE AIR FORCE 1 LOW The Nike Air Force 1 Low released in 1982 and was designed by Bruce Kilgore. It is the first Nike Basketball sneaker with Air technology, and also comes in a Mid and High version. The Air Force 1 Low is considered to be the most heralded sneaker of all-time, consistently being among the best sellers of the year. Click in for the most up to date Nike Air Force 1 Low information, release dates, and colorways.

Nike Air Force 1 Low – Winter Workboot Pack

September 30th, 2014 by | No comments

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Nike Sportswear have made sure that your footwear will be able to fight off inclement weather this year with their ongoing Sneakerboot collection. If those are just a bit too chunky for your liking though, there are indeed some other pairs that don’t quite go to the same extent but still have some winterized touches. Case in point is this quick set of Nike Air Force 1s, which each feature metal eyelets, tough materials on top, and varying degrees of gum on the soles. See imagery for each below the break and stay tuned to find out when these will be on shelves in the US.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low – Black – Hyper Pink – Wolf Grey

September 25th, 2014 by | No comments

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The Nike Air Foamposite Pro “Elephant” is headed to retailers on October 4th, and much like Foamposite releases of past, the Swoosh is bolstering that release with an Air Force 1 Low to coincide. We’ve already seen the head-turning “Hyper Punch” variation, which took the cement elephant print to task on the midsole, but just incase that Air Jordan 3 and future-Foamposite referencing pair was too bright for you (it was a GS release afterall) you can always try on this black variant for size. Stick with us after the break for more from this Air Force 1 Low and grab your size via Oneness today.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low “Kyrie Irving”

September 24th, 2014 by | No comments

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You’ve probably heard the rumors floating around regarding a future Nike signature shoe, but it looks like that’s not the only silhouette that will be passed to the young Cavs star. Shown here is a Nike Air Force 1 Low “Kyrie Irving” pair, which features a see-through toebox treatment, his name on the tongue, his signature on the back, and a definite Cleveland colorway. There’s no information regarding their releases just yet – but you can believe Sneaker News will have that as soon as it’s available. See more on the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Kyrie Irving” below and tell us what you think.

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Nike Air Force 1 Mowabb “Barkroot” – Available

September 23rd, 2014 by | No comments

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The abundance of Nike Huarache style sneakers this year has, for the most part, been a cause for celebration. With that being said, not too many people have been celebrating so far over the Nike Air Force 1 Mowabb, a hybrid that’s got a little bit of that Dynamic Fit system going on per the neoprene bootie ported over from the original Mowabb design. The sneakers are up for grabs now, with both of the debut colorways doing decent jobs mimicking OG ones. See more on the “Barkroot” pair below and then pick up this Mowabb Air Force 1 from Oneness.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low “Red Suede”

September 21st, 2014 by | No comments

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It’s hard to glance at this Nike Air Force 1 Low creation and not be reminded at least a little bit of the “Blazer Pack” pairs that showed up back in 2013. This time around the suede treatment doesn’t appear to be a full on tribute though, but rather a quick material grab that happens to overlap with another classic Nike Basketball design (Keep in mind that there’s also a navy pair floating around). Find some detailed images on these Uptowns below and import yours from Size? if you can’t wait to add them to your collection.

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Nike Lunar Force 1 – Black – Teal – Pink

September 20th, 2014 by | 1 comment

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Is that a little bit of a South Beach color combination on the sole kit for these Nike Lunar Force 1s? The application of teal and pink has caused plenty of moaning and groaning about overuse before, but maybe folks will be a little bit more receptive to the treatment here as we’ve moved pretty far away from the peak of “South Beach” mania, not to mention the approach is reasonably subtle this time around. See what else this Nike Air Force 1 creation has to offer by checking below and be sure to let us know how you feel about them in the comments.

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A Detailed Look at the Nike Air Force 1 RT “Beige” Collection

September 17th, 2014 by | 4 comments

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The Nike Air Force 1 RT “Beige” collection looks to be the last of Tisci capsules from Nike. The shoes get a away from the straight black and white in favor of a tan vachetta leather, and also strip all those colorful bits previously used in the accents. Each of the pairs will release on October 16th, 2014, and will hopefully follow the same distribution pattern as the last set in terms of being relatively available and regularly restocked. Zoom in on the details for this Riccardo Tisci Air Force 1s with us after the click and watch for more previews right here.

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