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Originally released in 1982, theNike Air Force 1 High is constantly being re-introduced in fresh new designs and materials. For Spring 2016 the newest take on this legendary model is the Nike Air Force 1 Upstep BR. This feminine version features a lightweight and breathable ultramesh upper, which is perfect for warmer months, and a rubber outsole with cut-outs to reduce weight. Plus, they are also crafted with an exaggerated midsole that provides added height. The Nike Air Force 1 Upstep BR is currently available at Sneakerhead in Ghost Green (coming soon), Total Crimson, Black, and Gamma Blue.
TheNike Air Force 1 Midoriginally released 35 years ago. Designed by Bruce Kilgore, it was the first model to feature ""Air"" technology. Over the years the AF1 has been modified countless ways, including incorporating new footwear technology, materials, and colorways. The latest revamped version looked to the military for inspiration. The Nike Special Field Air Force 1 is constructed with premium leather and durable ballistic nylon. They feature an ultra-high cut, rope laces, espionage pocket built into the tongue, and even come packaged with adjustable ankle straps. You can find this limited AF1 model now at Sneakerhead.
Sports brand Nike has updated its classic Nike Air Force 1 Black high-top shoes, using its innovative Flyknit material to reduce the weight of the shoe by half. Launching today, the Nike Air Force 1 Ultra Flyknit is designed as a more lightweight, comfortable and longer-lasting version of one of the brand’s most iconic and popular trainers. The use of Flyknit – made from engineered yarns and knitted like a sock – allows the upper to be created as a single piece. Paired with an injected-foam sole, the shoe is 50 per cent lighter than the original leather and rubber version. “This is the lightest Air Force 1 we’ve ever designed,” said Jonson Griffin.
TheNike Air Force 1 White was designed by Nike’s Bruce Kilgore and produced in 1982, but discontinued the following year. It was re-released in 1986 with the modern italic Nike logo and “swoosh” tick on the back of the shoe, and the design has not changed much since. The most popular model is the high-top “white on white”, featuring a thick rubber sole, a prominent toe and a velcro fastener for a strap around the top of its tongue. “We took a lot of the DNA from the overall icon, and we really wanted to translate and marry it with the Flyknit technology,” said Jonson Griffin. Flyknit was first developed in 2012 as a breathable, flexible fabric for running shoes. Nike then adapted the technology for other athletics footwear like American football boots, and is now repurposing it to add comfort to its iconic trainers. Rival sportswear brand Adidas launched its own footwear made from knitted fabric in 2014. http://www.courtadv.com