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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 CMFT PRM QS “Hyper Punch”

May 28th, 2014 by | 4 comments

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If white on white Air Force 1s are still considered a summer wardrobe staple, surely white-based pairs with a little bit of flair tossed in should be up for consideration. This Nike Air Force 1 Low with its hyper punch accents definitely fits that bill. Not only do the shoes have those pink sections added on, they’ve also got an almost lenticular looking Swoosh for the side and an icy sole that sprinkles some sparkles in. When we’re getting them here in the US is still a question mark, but Euro spots have theirs no so the wait should be too long. To help tide you over, make sure you see the Nike Air Force 1 Low CMFT PRM QS “Hyper Punch” in better detail below.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low “Independence Day”

May 27th, 2014 by | 4 comments

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We’re already well aware that nothing says Summer quite like a fresh white pair of Air Force 1s, but just incase you were thinking about mixing up your footwear selection during your family BBQ on July 4th, Nike has you covered with this Nike Air Force 1 Low “Independence Day”. The silhouette has been no stranger to prints over the past couple of years as this model gets a healthy dose of premium leather on the toebox and Swoosh while a canvas comprised of faded stars contrasts with a heel featuring splattered paint resembling the US flag’s stripes. Expect these to drop in early July. In the meantime, get with us after the click for a better look at this festive Nike Air Force 1 Low and let us know what you think of this pair by penning your thoughts in the comments section.

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NIKEiD Air Force 1 Low “All-White” Options

May 23rd, 2014 by | 16 comments

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It looks like we have another late entry to our white sneakers for the summer guide in the form of these Air Force 1s. NIKEiD just let loose a new set of options that pay specific homage to the tradition of trotting out all white sneakers for the summer. Available now are 12 different materials, each in strictly a snow white color, that you can mix and match on the classic Nike Air Force 1 Low silhouette. Continue reading to see some of them at work, including the micro perf, elephant, croc, and safari, and then buy yours today from NIKEiD.

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A Guide To White Sneakers For The Summer

May 21st, 2014 by | 59 comments

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Updated: June 20, 2014

Summer is an incredible time to be a sneakerhead. Suddenly all your weather worries evaporate, and on most days you can bring out your finest of footwear without fear of them getting too ruined from the elements. The season is usually marked by an increase in white sneaker wears; there’s something about a pristine pair shining underneath the summer sun that has been irresistible to trainer enthusiasts for decades now, and one of the most longstanding trends in footwear history is about ready to rise up again.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low “Seersucker Pack” – Available

May 21st, 2014 by | No comments

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A little bit of seersucker print can go a long way for a Nike retro silhouette – folks who remember those Seersucker Air Max 1s from a couple years back can attest to that. Revisiting the look, and also sticking with the specific equation of seersucker lines and gum on bottom, is this new set of Nike Air Force 1 Lows for the summer. Continue reading to see each of the three pairs, which manage to put the namesake pattern in three different places on the silhouette, and grab yours today from the team at Sneaker Bistro.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low “Volt”

May 21st, 2014 by | 2 comments

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There are more volt Air Force 1s on the way. The good news is that this pair will come in adult sizes, unlike the last pair of Uptowns that we saw dipped in that ever so vibrant shade. The pair pictured lets up on the all-volt theme just a little bit by sliding some black onto the bottom as well as into the midsole and the lining. See another quick shot of the upcoming Air Force 1s in question after the break if you’re intrigued and watch for them to hit NSW accounts sooner rather than later.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low – White – Turf Orange

May 16th, 2014 by | 1 comment

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Will Nike Air Force 1s cool it a little bit on the fashion team ups in the future, or there more fancy x’ed out pairs on the way? The good news is that those collaborations haven’t taken away from the inline pairs that satisfy those Uptown traditionalists. This pair is a fine example of that with its rather plain combination of white and turf orange that we’re sure has hit on the sneakers at some point before in their long history. Browse the rest of the photos for them after the break if you’re an Air Force 1 fanatic and keep it locked here for updates on your favorite silhouette.

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