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Nike Air Force 1 AC “Nylon Pack”

Originally designed back in 1982 by Bruce Kilgore, the Air Force 1 – the first to feature the sportswear giant’s Air technology – can be considered one of Nike’s all-time greats.

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Since its conception, a myriad of iterations, reworkings and reissues have found their way onto sneakerhead’s feet with over 1,700 colourways being released. The stream of variations shows no signs of abating with the release of the ‘Nylon Pack’.

As the name suggests, the collection takes the adapted AC silhouette and dresses it in a breathable yet robust Nylon upper in three colourways – University Red, Midnight Navy and Black. The colourblocked uppers are complemented with a black swoosh, eyelets and lace set whilst the instantly recognisable gumsole unit has been white walled to give the trainer a touch of fresh perspective.

The Nike Air Force 1 AC “Nylon Pack” is now available through select Nike Sportswear retailers, including online at END.

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