Nike Air Force 1 XXX Camo Low Max

Nike Air Force 1 XXX Camo Low Max

You don’t have to be a sneakerhead to appreciate Nike Air Force 1s. Originally introduced in 1982, AF1s were the first kicks to use the Nike Air technology, and throughout their 30 year stint as popular sneakers they’ve ended up on the feet of everyone from Jerry Stackhouse to the Commander in Chief. Nike pulled out all the stops for the 30 year anniversary edition of the shoe (hence the XXX). This pair of Camo Low Max is the fourth entry in the XXX line and they’re easily our favorites. The full-length vis air unit, camo pattern, waxed laces, leather tongue and heel tabs all come together in a way that makes all the details pop–without any of them being busy or overpowering. This could very well be the best non-military use of the Army camo pattern to date.

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