has single-handedly taken the future of the Nike Air Force I in his own hands and curated a new rendering of the kicks that has taken the sneaker realm by storm, since its original release last year. The Nike Special Forces-Air Force I has seen both High and Mid constructions, now it's time to take a look at the latest version of the kicks that go back to the sneaker's original high-cut ankle collar. As of right now, there's no official name for the kicks but take a look at the new Nike SF-Air Force I High on foot in the images provided above.
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the sneaker's bright orange hue is the first thing that catches the eye, alongside the kicks oversized 3M reflective 'AF1' branding displayed across the sneaker's ballistic nylon heel panel while the same material can be found at the tongue of the kicks and a tumbled leather toebox holds true to the original SF-AF1 aesthetic.Cheap Air Max
differences include the sneaker ditching a traditional lacing system and applying the zipper to the vamp of the sneaker rather than the heel as well as the orange bungee paracord rather than the militarized paracord we're used to seeing on the kicks. The butterflied ankle collar is brand new while a white midsole and icy translucent outsole close out the kicks.