Nike London Supreme Air Force One's

Here’s a look at one of the upcoming London City Series Air Force 1’s that are set to release August 4th. This blue on blue colorway features a dark navy upper with royal blue accents. The midsole is translucent to reveal a visible air unit. Retail will be approximately $200 USD. Image: Sneakerfiles

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Nike London Supreme Air Force One's

Here’s a look at one of the upcoming London City Series Air Force 1’s that are set to release August 4th. This blue on blue colorway features a dark navy upper with royal blue accents. The midsole is translucent to reveal a visible air unit. Retail will be approximately $200 USD.

Image: Sneakerfiles

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