Nike Air Force 1 Low ‘Jeremy Lin’

April 23, 2012 BY

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While Jeremy Lin may not be a sneakerhead in a sense that he has a mass collection of kicks in his closet, he has stated that the Air Force 1 Low is his favorite sneaker. He’s been spotted wearing Forces in casual manner, but his recent rise to stardom has earned him some Nikes from the basketball sectors in the form of PEs, special edition iDs, and even a personalized Zoom Hyperdunk 2011 Low. Nike Sportswear has fashioned this sick Nike Air Force 1 Low ‘Jeremy Lin’ which features a Lin’s initials embroidered on the heel and a ‘Lin’ tongue label designed in the manner classic Nike NYC logo – all on  a classic Knicks colorway. No word if these are just a PE for Lin or a possible release like the Hyperdunk 2011 Low, but we’ll keep you updated should more info on this interesting story develops. Another shot of these Air Force 1 Low ‘Lin’ below! Photo: SC


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