Nike Will Release 3 New Pairs Of Air Force 1 Low This March

When it comes to sneaker history, the Nike Air Force 1 Lows are perhaps one of the best given that they are the very first sneakers to be equipped with the Air Technology. While the Air Force 1 Nikes were also made with mid and high forms, it was the low forms that were heralded the most thanks to its sleek design and being a top performer on court.
NikeLab Air Force 1 Low Light Charcoal/Light Charcoal-White

NikeLab Air Force 1 Low
Color:Light Charcoal/Light Charcoal-White
Style Code:555106-002
Release Date:March 3, 2016
Price:$150

NikeLab Air Force 1 Low Urban Haze/Urban Haze-White

NikeLab Air Force 1 Low
Color:Urban Haze/Urban Haze-White
Style Code:555106-300
Release Date:March 3, 2016
Price:$150

Right now, sneaker fans would go mad on March since the sneaker giant have several release dates slated for a string of different Air Force 1 Lows for release this month. That is, there are three sneakers sitting right now with two-color scheme combinations for drop off. Each one will be distinguished with their different logos stitched on the heels — a basketball, a net, and a pair of scissors.
NikeLab Air Force 1 Low Light Charcoal/Light Charcoal-White

NikeLab Air Force 1 Low Light Charcoal/Light Charcoal-White

The event would be to celebrate Nike’s career on its pinnacle during its debut way back in 1982. The original design of the low form Air Force 1 was brought about by designer Bruce Kilgore. Perhaps the saving grace of the Air Force 1 Low and the same feature that made it rather famous is the Nike Air cushioning which gave its wearers plenty of comfort on the hard court.

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As it is, the stitched logos on the heel are features that went missing with several selections of the Nike Air Force 1 Highs. On Sneaker News, two of the AF1 Lows in their Flyknit releases have already been revealed – one featuring an all-white pristine colorway with the black-based multi-color scheme or “rainbow” on the opposite end of the spectrum. Both these colorways have already been released last Saturday, March 5th, while the rest of the collection for the “Net Collectors Society” is just said to be releasing early this March.

NikeLab Air Force 1 Low Urban Haze/Urban Haze-White

NikeLab Air Force 1 Low Urban Haze/Urban Haze-White
For sneaker fans, your choices of the new Nike Air Force 1 Lows would likely depend on the colorways. Two of the colorways uses the blue of the Kentucky and Arizona wildcats. One gets paired with white with the basketball logo while another gets to pair with the red color scheme with the black scissors logo. Lastly, you have the simple silver and black sneaker with the basketball net all sporting a white Swish on the sides and the Nike Air branding on the heels.



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