Nike Air Force 1 Mid (Kids) (Sold Out)

Product Data

  • Style: 314195-113
  • Color: White / White
  • MSRP: $80.00
  • Popularity:  0 / 100


Nike Air Force 1 Mid (Kids)

Originally released in 1982, the Nike Air Force 1 was the first Nike model to feature "Air" technology. This legendary basketball sneaker was designed by Bruce Kilgore, and named after the aircraft that carries the President of the United States, the Air Force One. The Air Force 1 is Nike's most popular sneaker to date, has been produced in nearly 2,000 different colorways, and is available in low, mid, and high-top models.




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Overall Rating for Nike Air Force 1 Mid (Kids)

(4 reviews)

Classic fresh shoes

Tiffany, Brighton, MA

I love these shoes, they go with anything and make my outfit. They do run large though, I'm normally women's size 7.5 and wear kids size 6 in my favorite men's sneakers, but got kids size 5 in these.

Air force ones!

Leticia, Stockton ca

Can go wrong with any air forces

Hey awesome shoe!

Joe , Fort Lee , New Jersey

Awesome shoe! I've had these for around a year now, I usually change the laces / clean them every month or so. They hold out great, classic look, and generally the best shoe i've worn.

Favorite shoes

Katifia, APO, Armed Forces Overseas

AF1 are the best summer time shoes especially white mids. They fit perfectly and are light on the feet. Thank goodness for AF1.