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Nike Air Force 1 Low White/White

The most common Air Force One sneaker worn today.

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Clean and classic in every sense of the word.

  • Jun 10, 2008
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You would think that the Nike Air Force One was just released recently with the way that people like athletes, students, urban youth, and college students wear them.  But in fact, these shoes have been manufactured and produced in different editions ever since 1982.  The most original and classic edition of the collection is the white on white low tops that are still available today.  They are comfortable, simple, and work well with almost every outfit you can put together.  They're perfect for casual days, but can also be worn going out at night.  But since these shoes are all white, they look best while they're all white.  Once you scuff, scratch, or dust them up - they begin to quickly start looking like an old pair of basketball shoes that you no longer care for.  So keep them clean, and always have an extra pair ready to go!
Nike Air Force 1 Low White/White Nike Air Force 1 Low White/White

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May 20, 2009
I'm not an air force fan, but the surreal glow from a fresh out of the box pair of forces is indescribable. It's what makes people appreciate the art of sneakers.
March 15, 2009
I so didn't know that they have been around since 1982. That was before I was even born!!! But I think they really took off after rappers started mentioning them in their songs. Air Force 1's by Nelly was huge!
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The Air Force 1 is the first shoe produced by Nike to use the Nike Air Technology.  Designed by Bruce Kilgore, and released in 1982.
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