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Nike Air Force 1 Low “Strick”

Set for the one-year anniversary of John Strickland’s death are this pair of Nike Air Force 1 Low “Strck.” John ‘Franchise’ Strickland was a NYC streetballer with so much talent that Jay-Z threw him in a line off the Black album’s track Public Service Announcement saying, “I check cheddar like a food inspector, my homie Strick told me dude finish your breakfast.” These feature your traditional White on White on Gum sole with ‘Franchise’ wording hitting the heel and ‘Finish Your Breakfast’ on the tongue which goes along the lyrics from Hov. These are expected to drop next month at selective NSW accounts. Let us know if you have respect for the ‘Franchise’ and what are your thoughts on these ? Always rock with Sneaker Bar for daily updates and news.

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