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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 “University Red Paisley”

April 8th, 2014 by | 5 comments

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It has been common for the past year or so for Foamposite releases to have accompanying Nike Air Force 1 Low styles mirroring their themes.  A drop like the Supreme joints that just hit is a little different because a) we’ve never seen a Foamposite collab release at retail and b) Supreme didn’t offer an Air Force 1 counterpart.  Still, with the sort of floral paisley-ish embossing texture on this University Red pair with black accents and yellow laces, the color scheme and flowy embellishments in common are undeniable.  Click in to get a closer view, then cop yours at NSW shops like Rock City Kicks.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low “Seersucker Pack”

April 7th, 2014 by | 2 comments

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Nike Sportswear has at least three pairs of seersucker Uptowns on tap for summer, each with its own way of implementing the puckered cotton textile. Following up on the white and red Nike Air Force 1 Low that kept it to just the eyestay and Swooshes comes another pair that reverses that distribution on the upper. These joints are completely tonal with grey stripes, and like all three pairs in the pack, these finish with the timeless gum outsole. Click in to get a better view and stick with Sneaker News for US release info on these ‘Seersucker’ Air Force 1 Lows.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low – Black – Laser Crimson – Arctic Green

April 7th, 2014 by | 4 comments

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Are we looking at what could effectively be the ‘Yeezy’ Nike Air Force 1 Low? Kanye West never had any serious interaction with the legendary Uptown, but this upcoming AF1 Low certainly carries that black/pink/mint pairing that he’s noted to favor. But more specifically, this is the latest example of a Foamposite release adding a Force counterpart, as these follow in the footsteps of recent pairings for the ‘Spider-Man’ and ‘Weatherman’ themes. Click in to get a better view of this pair releasing soon and get yours early from shoejocky on eBay.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low “Marbled Swoosh” Pack

April 5th, 2014 by | 3 comments

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The latest new look for the immortal and ever adaptable Nike Air Force 1 Low is the one pictured above that’s coming in at least four different colorways this summer. This AF1 template involves a single color on the upper and contrasts from the soles and Swooshes with the multicolor marbling effect that unites these pairs. The black and navy pairs are more conservative as compared to the NOLA Hornets colored edition, so click in to see how each pair interprets the template slightly differently and stick with Sneaker News for word on availability at US NSW stores.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low “Seersucker”

April 2nd, 2014 by | 5 comments

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We’ve seen seersucker styles from Nike Sportswear in the past, but they’ve usually donned the stripes in a much more thorough fashion. This Nike Air Force 1 release for the summer decides to stick with the accents for that pattern – there are stripes on the side Swoosh, back badge, lace placket, and on the tongue. Elsewhere there’s a crispy white build that’s upgraded with the heralded gum bottom outsole. See this Nike Air Force 1 Low creation in better detail below and let us know if you’re feeling these down in the comments section.

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April 2014 Sneaker Releases

April 1st, 2014 by | 25 comments

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Which sneakers are releasing in April, 2014? Funny you should ask, as we’ve actually got a full breakdown for you right here featuring all of the known release info so far for the month ahead of us. It’s a pretty busy one, and we’ve got a feeling that you might need a reminder about some of the sneakers that are soon to come. Nike Basketball will go into Elite mode with the arrival of the “Team” and “Easter” collections, the Air Jordan “Barons” pack will make its debut, and the Nike Air Bakin will be back as far as sigs of old go. Continue reading for release info on some 60 sneakers releasing this month and watch here for continued updates on April, 2014 sneaker releases.

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NIKEiD Air Force 1 – Cork Options

April 1st, 2014 by | 13 comments

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The amount of cork sneakers out there has been on the rise ever since the Nike LeBron X “Cork” showed up with its celebratory theme. This month you can make a pair of Nike Air Force 1s in that same vein thanks to this newly introduced option on NIKEiD. Available are the Nike Air Force 1 High and the Nike Air Force Low premium, each of which can be outfitted with a couple different shades of cork all over the upper and even on the midsoles. See a couple examples after the break and then head to NIKEiD to make yours today – and remember that this option will only be around for the month of April.

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