Classics Revisited: Nike Air Force High (1993)

May 20, 2010 BY

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With all the years of rabid love and dedication that so many have shown to the legendary Nike Basketball arsenal, there aren’t too many forgotten classics still lost in obscurity, especially from the highly fruitful and well-documented early 90’s era. That said, there are still a few gems floating around out there that most sneakerheads have either forgotten about, or in the case of some of our younger readers, probably never even knew they existed. Despite the very unfortunate and generic model name, the Nike Air Force High is right at the top of the list of super-dope Nike Basketball designs that have fallen by the wayside. The shoe was released in the spring of 1993 and first got people’s attention on the feet of sharpshooter Dan Majerle as he and the Phoenix Suns unsuccessfully attempted to stop the Bulls’ first threepeat campaign in that year’s NBA Finals.

Continue on to Sneaker News HD for a detailed gallery of images and more info on the Nike Air Force High.

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