Air Max 270, Ever since 1982, the Nike Air Force 1 Low has always been a stable option for many fans of sneakers, and now in 2020, Nike has taken a step back to honor two original colorways from 1982, with the brand new “82” rendition. Released in 1982, the Air Force 1 was the first-ever basketball sneaker to feature Air technology which obviously paved a way for hardwood sneakers for years to come. Although the shoe isn’t used on courts very often anymore, the sneaker has become one of the top-selling and most coveted pairs of kicks on the market and now Nike will celebrate where it all started with an edition that features an original Bred and Royal theme.
This latest release of the Nike Air Force 1 Low combines two OG Air Jordan 1 colorways as a nod to both iconic silhouettes from the 1980s. The shoe features a mismatch color blocking honoring the OG “Royal” and “Bred” makeups from 1985.Both feature a Black tumbled leather build with Red and Blue contrasting accents on each shoe. Much like the Air Jordan 1 Mid, this offering features embroidered Swooshes and mesh paneling at the midfoot and tongue. Its “82” motif on the ankle nods to the debut of the original Air Force 1 completed with “Nike Air” branded tongue tags atop White midsoles and Red/Blue rubber outsoles.
This Air Jordan 1 Mid I Light Smoke Grey comes with White leather across the upper while Light Smoke Grey lands on the leather overlays. In addition we have Black used on the Swoosh, Wings logo, liner, tongue labels and laces. Completing the look is a White midsole and Grey rubber outsole.Lateral and medial side Swoosh branding plays a prominent role, while the iconic winged basketball motif is delicately embossed onto the ankle. Moving downwards, you’ll find an Air midsole that’s made for both the street and the court, and this is then lined with a complementary grey rubber outsole just underneath, finalising the ultra clean design.
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