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Nike Air Force 1 (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.

The Air Jordan XXXI has a innovative design inspired by the original Air Jordan 1. Packed with technology, they are engi...

In 1991 Michael Jordan won his first NBA Championship while wearing the Air Jordan VI. Designed by Tinker Hatfield and i...

The Nike Air Presto was originally released in 2000 and touted as the "t-shirt for your feet." They feature a stretch me...

The Adidas Pro Model is considered the high-top version of the Superstar. It was originally released in the early 1970s,...

The sleek and stylish Adidas Tubular Instinct is a versatile sneaker. They are crafted with a combination suede and ball...

The Adidas Gazelle first stepped onto the scene in 1968 and was intended to be an athletic training shoe. Over the years...

The comfortable Adidas Tubular Radial is crafted with sock-like construction for a snug fit. This lifestyle model also h...

Originally released in 1971, the Puma Basket boasts a timeless athletic design with clean lines. This mid-cut version is...

Lace up the rugged and timeless Timberland 6-Inch Premium Boot. They feature a leather upper, Talsan fiber laces, padded...

Inspired by the Vans Old Skool, the Vans Sk8-Hi is a classic high-top model with a timeless design. This legendary skate...

Inspired by the Vans Old Skool, the Vans Sk8-Hi is a classic high-top model with a timeless design. This legendary skate...

If you're looking for comfort, support and style, the New Balance 574 is a perfect match. This sporty sneaker features a...