An On-Foot Look at Nike's Air Force 1 "Just Do It" Pack

One of the most notable phrases in footwear.

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Over the past few weeks, images have surfaced of Nike placing its “Just Do It” phrase all over some of its most notable sneakers. Silhouettes such as the Air Presto Fly, EXP-X14, Huarache City Low, Air Max Plus, Air Force 1 High, Air Max 95, Air Max 1 and Air Force 1 have been chosen to host the celebratory all-over print. Today on-foot images have emerged of the pack’s Air Force 1 Low colorways.

Delivered in orange and white color options, Nike celebrates the slogan’s 30th anniversary by adding variations of the phrase via embroidery, patches and additional application processes. Take a look at the Air Force 1 “Just Do It” pack and expect them to arrive at select retailers such as Overkill on June 28 for approximately $130 USD each.

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