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How the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Bred” Looks On-Feet

The Nike Air Force 1 Low Bred J-Pack also includes two other Nike Air Force 1 Low colorways dressed in “Shadow” and “Royal” as a nod to the iconic Air Jordan 1 silhouette.

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The “Bred” version of the pack is arguably the favorable one that blends together a mixture of Black, Gym Red and White. The shoe mimics the “Bred” Air Jordan 1 even including ‘Nike Air’ tongue tags, a White midsole and a Red rubber outsole.

Check out these detailed on-feet images of the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Bred” from the 2016 J-Pack that is now beginning to hit international retailers like Titolo.

Nike Air Force 1 Low “Bred” J-Pack
Black/Gym Red-White
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Nike Air Force 1 Low Bred J-Pack

Nike Air Force 1 Low Bred J-Pack

Nike Air Force 1 Low Bred J-Pack

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