Nike Air Force 1 "Brazil" Pack

Nike has a longstanding relationship with the country of Brazil, a connection previously

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Nike has a longstanding relationship with the country of Brazil, a connection previously highlighted by limited edition collections of apparel, footwear and the sportswear giant’s existence as the official supplier of the Brazilian football kit. Now the Swoosh has crafted a set of limited edition Air Force 1s as a follow-up of sorts to 2011’s “É Possível” release. Featuring the previously-seen Air Force 1 Downtown alongside a low-top AF1 and Lunar Force 1, the drop sees the trio with luxurious white uppers in conjunction with green, yellow, and blue accents, graphic footbeds and icy detailing. The three QuickStrikes are set to hit select Nike Sportswear stockists beginning December 21.

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