DC8877-200 Nike Air Force 1 "King's Day" Sneakers New Release

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DC8877-200 Nike Air Force 1 "King's Day" Sneakers New Release

Air Max 270, help tide us over until the official debut of the LeBron 19, the athlete is preparing a very special Air Force 1 that serves as a reminder to “Strive For Greatness.”the colorway does so in a way rather subtle. Most of the exterior is dressed minimal, lacking both loud color and overt reference to the theme.the King is getting another colorway of the Nike Air Force 1 Low as we bring you a first look at the Nike Air Force 1 “King’s Day.” This special offering of the Nike Air Force 1 starts off with a grey hue on the front half of the shoe along with a grey and tan checkerboard print hitting the back half of the shoe.
This Nike Air Force 1 sports a neutral colourway. The entire vamp, from the smooth and perforated leather toe box to mudguard, is dressed in a light tan. The laces follow suit. The rest of the upper is in a checkerboard design in tan and Sail. The signature leather Swooshes are in pitch-black, creating a stark contrast across the mid-panel all the way to the heel, connecting with the black heel tab. Nike Air Force 1 branding in sky blue on black adorn the tongue while “King James” branding stands out on the heel tab and at the forefoot. A white sole unit completes the look.This cool tone brightens the tongue label as well though not the additional logo that’s embossed onto the vamp. Finally, the insole finishes the package with inspiring “Strive For Greatness” text.
The Nike KD 13 Miami debuted on April 6, 2020 and features a similar mid-height cut as the KD 12, full length Zoom, and a large Swoosh along a nylon upper. The 13 does differ in some ways, including a much cleaner aesthetic.The KD13—built with a full-length Zoom Air unit stitched directly to the upper and an additional Zoom Air unit in the forefoot—provides the responsiveness and optimal energy return to help you make big-time plays all game long.

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