Nike Brings NBA Logos to the Air Force 1 High

Two new looks to help ring in the upcoming season.

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As part of its ongoing collaboration with the NBA, Nike has introduced two new colorways of the Air Force 1 High bearing the league’s iconic logo. Dubbed the “Statement Game” set, consumers will have a choice of copping either a navy blue with white highlights or a light grey with black highlights. Both models see Nike’s branding all around the strap of the sneaker, with “AF-1” printed on the back. These accents are accompanied by the Swoosh logo along the side and the Jerry West silhouette logo behind the heel.

You can grab either pair of the “Statement Game” edition Nike Air Force 1 Highs from select Nike Sportswear retailers for $100 USD starting on October 12. To see what else Nike and the NBA have cooked up together, take a look at all of the brand new “Statement Edition” uniforms for the upcoming season.

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