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Nike Air Force 1 DJ Clark Kent

December 7, 2009 4:00:00 PM PST

DJ Clark Kent shows us his design aesthetic on the Nike Air Force 1 Low Premium (DJ Clark Kent), showcasing three different leather materials as well as a whole spread of earth tones. This is obviously not your everyday Air Force 1 style although it possesses a very subtle color scheme. This premium lifestyle sneaker incorporates many different textures on the base including smooth leather, nubuck, and ostrich. As an added detail, this shoe is finished with a 0.44 sticky rubber sole with the 0.44 corresponding label on the upper, complete with an extra set of brown laces. Another interesting feature is the graphic football figure seen on the insoles. The deep tones of brown and tan with it's added durability, adds to the overall quality of materials on this lifestyle sneaker. Definitely make this sneaker a must have for the winter season.

Nike Air Force 1 GS Kobe Bryant

November 29, 2009 4:00:00 PM PST

To keep up with the release of the Nike Air Force 1 "LeBron James Edition" Nike has released the "Kobe Bryant Edition" Air Force 1 for kids. As you would expect, these basketball shoes are done entirely in Lakers' yellow, purple and white with personalized Kobe touches. The basketball shoe features a perforated white leather base, with yellow and purple leather at the toe and swoosh to match the LA Lakers classic colorway. The upper sits on a clean white mid-sole with yellow accenting and purple contrast stitching. The outsole is also done in purple to contrast nicely with the white. Kobe Bryant jersey number "24" is stitched on the tongue tag and Kobe's signature appears on the insole, finished off with the Kobe Bryant tri-tip logo on the heel.

Nike Air Force 1 Eddie Cruz Purple Croc

November 4, 2009 4:00:00 PM PST

Nike teamed up with Eddie Cruz to create the East/West rivalry of Air Force 1 designs. The west coast get their game on with this LA Lakers inspired new supreme air force 1, designed by Eddie Cruz of the mighty undefeated. The luminous yellow swoosh burns bright on a royal purple reptilian upper, with the red sole matching the west varsity style badge woven into the tongue. The 0.44 lasered on the heel which indicates the use of Nike's new 0.44 sticky rubber compound that adds traction to the sole. The 0.44 compound are usually used on the Nike's ACG line, which gives these supreme AF1's the ability to be worn in any type of weather. These kicks have great accent colors and are guaranteed eye catchers.

Nike Air Force 1 Savage Beast

November 1, 2009 4:00:00 PM PST

Nike has done it again. Every season Nike releases a holiday themed sneaker, so Halloween is no different. This Halloween Nike created monster inspired Air Force 1 low "Savage Beast". This sneaker was not just inspired by Halloween but also by the savage beast monster in the bugs bunny cartoon. This sneaker consist of two different textures. The main texture is a orange synthetic pony fur upper that extends down to the mid-sole. The bold look of the fur is off set by touches beige canvas for the swoosh and heels tabs which host the words "savage beast" in red stitching. Last but not least the AF1 low (savage beast) is complimented with a gum outsole. You definitely will be turning heads with these monsterized kicks this Halloween!

Nike Womens Air Force 1 Valentines Day

February 16, 2009 4:00:00 PM PST

Nike has once again come out with several sneaker models inspired by Valentine's Day. In the past we have seen hearts, cupids and arrows, this year Nike decided to keep it clean with this Air Force 1 Premium for the ladies. They feature an appropriately themed red and white colorway with nice textured panels. The design is festive enough to represent Valentine's Day and subtle enough to be worn all year long.

Nike Air Force One Slam Jam

November 6, 2008 4:00:00 PM PST

Nike presents is first collaborative effort with Italian streetwear/sneaker retailer SlamJam. The "Optical Force" Air Force 1 Pack is clean and subtle, but still delivers quality and innovation. The upper is constructed of crinkled patent leather. This turns our previous thoughts of patent leather always being smooth upside down. And it looks proper. Plus, the vibrant patent leather colors in the pack contrast the white soles and premium white leather swoosh nicely. They finished off the sneaker with an embossed "SlamJam" logo on the heel tab. A nice touch for a classy and well-done collaboration.

Nike Air Force One Olympic

July 27, 2008 5:00:00 PM PDT

Along with many other recent Nike releases, these Air Force 1 models were inspired by the Beijing Olympic games. They are fresh, simple and available in numerous different two-tone colorways. As you may know, the number "8" has a lot meaning to the Chinese culture. And, it is why Nike chose to use octagon pattern perforations on the side panels on each of these Air Force 1 designs. You will also see the octagon pattern in various applications on other Beijing Olympic-inspired models from Nike. The pattern definitely brings uniqueness to these sneakers. Plus, they are a great alternative to the loud colorways that are currently on the market.

Nike Air Force One Supreme Canvas

July 25, 2008 5:00:00 PM PDT

What do you get when you mix up canvas with the classic Air Force 1? A fresh pair of kicks. After many years of begging and pleading by Air Force 1 lovers worldwide, Nike is releasing a whole Crayola box of colors of Air Force 1 Supreme models using canvas, not leather. These designs are the epitome of clean. Plus, Nike even took it one step further. All of the canvas Air Force 1 Supreme models also feature "inside-out" stitching. The stitching provides the upper a sleek look because it is void of visible stitches. These colorways are being considered "must haves" by Air force 1 enthusiasts and sneakerheads alike. Proving once again that Nike's motor never stops when it comes to releasing hot, updated models of the AF1.
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