The Nike Air Force 1 originally released 35 years ago. Designed by Bruce Kilgore, it was the first model to feature "Air" technology. Over the years the AF1 has been modified countless ways, including incorporating new footwear technology, materials, and colorways. The latest revamped version looked to the military for inspiration. The Nike Special Field Air Force 1
is constructed with premium leather and durable ballistic nylon. They feature an ultra-high cut, rope laces, espionage pocket built into the tongue, and even come packaged with adjustable ankle straps. You can find this limited AF1 model now at Sneakerhead.
Originally released in 1982, the Nike Air Force 1 is constantly being re-introduced in fresh new designs and materials. For Spring 2016 the newest take on this legendary model is the Nike Air Force 1 Upstep BR
. This feminine version features a lightweight and breathable ultramesh upper, which is perfect for warmer months, and a rubber outsole with cut-outs to reduce weight. Plus, they are also crafted with an exaggerated midsole that provides added height. The Nike Air Force 1 Upstep BR
is currently available at Sneakerhead in Ghost Green (coming soon), Total Crimson, Black, and Gamma Blue.
Since releasing in 1982 the Nike Air Force 1 has been crafted with countless materials, patterns, and technologies. As long as Nike continues to create, they will incorporate these new innovations into one of their most iconic sneakers. The latest AF1 release from Nike is lighter, provides more ventilation, and offers a superior fit to the original '82 all-leather makeup. The Nike Air Force 1 Flyknit Low
features an ultra light Flyknit upper, streamline injected sole unit that doubles as the outsole, and supportive Flywire cables. Check out the pics for a detailed look at the intricate Flyknit upper, and look for these women's Nike Air Force 1 Flyknit Low
models now at Sneakerhead.
Forever known as the first Nike sneaker to ever feature "Air" technology, the Nike Air Force 1 has been a highly sought-after model since 1982. There are many reasons the Air Force 1 has maintained its popularity over the years, including fresh and new make-ups, like the Nike Air Force 1 '07 LV8 "Croc."
This luxurious rendition classic basketball sneaker has a premium leather upper with allover croc-embossing, solid black colorway, soft textile lining, and subtle stitched silver accents. You can puck up this sophisticated take on the "Uptown" model at Sneakerhead today.
We are entering the time of year when you need to put away your white/white Air Force 1s and lace up something more winter-friendly, like the Nike Lunar Force 1 Duckboot
. This modern and rugged take on the classic AF1 will keep your feet dry, warm, and comfortable. They are crafted with a durable and water-repellant leather upper, feature lightweight Lunarlon cushioning, and sit atop a modified rugged gum outsole. Plus, they also have a reinforced toe for protection, and an inner bootie for warmth. Check out the pics and shop the Nike Lunar Force 1 Duckboot now at Sneakerhead.
Since 1982, when the Nike Air Force 1 originally released, this sought-after model has transitioned from the basketball court to the streets. Available in an array of fashionable colors and materials, the Air Force 1 is now a versatile and stylish footwear staple. For Fall 2015, Nike is adding to their women's Air Force 1 line up with these three fresh renditions. Crafted with soft suede, they are available in University Red, Black, and Tawny. This version also features allover perforations, a matching hook-and-loop ankle strap, and gum rubber outsole. You can find the Nike Women's Air Force 1 High "Suede"
at Sneakerhead today.
The latest rendition of the legendary Nike Air Force 1 is a completely new take on one of the most celebrated sneakers ever made. Currently available in two colorways, the first noticeable addition to the Nike Air Force 1 Elite TXT
is the visible Air Sole unit in the heel. Nike also constructed this version with a lightweight and breathable woven jaquard upper. And to reduce weight and increase comfort even further, they cut out sections of the outsole and implemented flex grooves to enhance natural motion. You can cop both Nike Air Force 1 Elite TXT
colorways now at Sneakerhead.