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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 AC “Gradient” – Atomic Mango

July 26th, 2014 by | No comments

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This Nike Air Force 1 AC pair will release on August 2nd, 2014. It’s a little surprising to see that all of the “Gradient Pack” pairs are releasing on different days, but we suppose that makes them easier to pick up for the very small number of people who are hoping to get a complete set. This pair ends up as the far and away brightest of the bunch thanks to its atomic mango touches. Get a look at them via the extra photos waiting below and stick with us for more sneaker release dates on the daily.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low – Black – University Red – Wolf Grey

July 26th, 2014 by | 1 comment

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When the first of these Nike Air Force 1 Low styles showed up, there was a quite a bit of overlap with the Air Jordan 4 “Military”, thanks to both the netting on the side and color blocking utilized. This one again uses the netting on the side but manages to skirt around any Air Jordan comparisons due to a lack of correlating pairs. Continue reading to familiarize yourself with the pair and tell us in the comments if this new pair of Air Force 1s tickles your fancy.

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Nike Air Force 1 AC “Gradient” – Polarized Blue

July 25th, 2014 by | No comments

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Nike managed to tweak the classic Nike Air Force 1 Low with a slimmed down construction and a vulcanized sole with the approval of many. The lightweight addition to the retro model has been an easy pick up this summer and the latest Gradient Pack gives one even more reason to pick up the Nike Air Force 1 AC. This pair features a polarized blue hue that fades in a gradient from dark on top to light by the time it reaches the vulc outsole. It’s sure to head to U.S. shops soon, so hit the click for more images and just incase you can’t wait, pick up a pair from international stores like Suppa today.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low – White – Black – Copper

July 21st, 2014 by | 2 comments

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It’s nice to see copper get some shine in the Air Force 1 line after we’ve seen metallic varieties of gold, silver, and even an occasional bronze. The latest Nike Air Force 1 Low uses the accent quite well, allowing it to stand out on the Swoosh while the rest of the sneaker keeps things relatively simple in white and black while an icy outsole finishes things off. What do you think? Be sure to check out more images after the click and stay tuned for a stateside release date in the near future.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low – White – Green Suede

July 18th, 2014 by | 2 comments

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Between the black Riccardo Tisci x Nike Air Force 1 collection and the new city options added to NIKEiD, the classic Nike Air Force 1 continues to keep things interesting this summer. The latest pair keeps the colorway fairly simple thanks to a predominantly white upper that gets a premium touch of suede on the branding in a dark forrest green that extends from the Swoosh to the heel collar. Add in a similar shade on the outsole and this pair would be a great casual pick up. Stick around after the click for more from this Nike Air Force 1 Low and stay tuned for a stateside release date.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low “Concord”

July 17th, 2014 by | 4 comments

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The Nike Air Foamposite One “Concord” gave a nod at the infamous Air Jordan 11 donning the same name, but what about a sneaker referencing one that already made that reference? It may get a little complicated, but this Nike Air Force 1 Low does just that, as it seems to pay homage to last month’s Foamposite release with a black patent leather upper while a royal blue outsole presumably intends to mimic the icy outsole. White lines the sneaker and lingers on the tongue and toebox to add a clean finish. Stick around after the click for a better look at this upcoming Air Force 1 and let us know if you plan on grabbing this Foamposite reference once they arrive at retailers in the near future.

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Riccardo Tisci x Nike Air Force 1 RT “Black” Collection – Release Date

July 15th, 2014 by | 3 comments

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The black Riccardo Tisci x Nike Air Force 1 RT collection will release on July 17th, 2014. The sneakers have moved around quite a bit in terms of release date, but this particular bit of info is coming straight from Nike so we’re assuming that they’re going through with it this time. You know the drill: reworked versions of the classic Air Force 1 silhouette in four different heights, complete with some bright accents and heftier price tags that reflect Tisci’s background in high end design. Continue reading for the official imagery and stick with us for more sneaker release dates.

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