Nike Air Force 1 "Air Max" Pack

Choosing a safe bet for a winner, the Nike Air Force 1 “Air Max” Pack takes its cues from some of Nike’s most prolific Air Max running shoes of the past. The successful lineage has yielded many a hot colorway over the years and the feel is all but reinforced here. Three models include the Air Force 1 Low Premium modeled after the AM90 Infrared, Womens Air Force 1 Low Premium featuring references to the AM95 and Air Force 1 Low Supreme modeled after the AM95 Neon. No word yet on a release date but the pack also contains a fourth, inspired by the Air Max 97 OG silver colorway. Source: Nice Kicks

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Choosing a safe bet for a winner, the Nike Air Force 1 “Air Max” Pack takes its cues from some of Nike’s most prolific Air Max running shoes of the past. The successful lineage has yielded many a hot colorway over the years and the feel is all but reinforced here. Three models include the Air Force 1 Low Premium modeled after the AM90 Infrared, Womens Air Force 1 Low Premium featuring references to the AM95 and Air Force 1 Low Supreme modeled after the AM95 Neon. No word yet on a release date but the pack also contains a fourth, inspired by the Air Max 97 OG silver colorway.

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