EXCLUSIVE: Nike Special Field Air Force 1 - String

EXCLUSIVE: Nike Special Field Air Force 1 - String
Since its hardcourt debut in 1982, the Air Force 1 has transcended the game of basketball to become an icon of sneaker style. Built today for tomorrow, the Special Field Air Force 1 is the new Force of the future.



After debuting toward the end of 2016, the military-inspired Nike SF AF-1 has sold out repeatedly in a variety of styles. The bootlike silhouette sees the classic Nike Air Force 1, first released in 1982, adopt an extreme high-top cut complete with rugged materials such as ripstop ballistic nylon and heavy-duty leathers.



Officially dubbed “String”, the defining off-white hue simply covers most its silhouette. Maintaining its signature design profile intact, the model exudes a military vibe with its dual set of removable straps, while featuring premium suede and ballistic nylon construction implemented along the rear side panels to provide even more weather resistance.



A matching full-length midsole unit and versatile gum outsole complements, as well as solidifies its overall build perfectly. Each pair sold will be accompanied with a limited edition Shelflife tee (sizes are limited and can’t be guaranteed when purchasing).



The Nike Special Field Air Force 1 String will drop exclusively at Shelflife CPT & JHB as well as online on the 28th of January 2017 for the retail price of R2699.00



PLEASE NOTE: This release will be sold on a first come first served basis from 9h30am.

The following sizes will be available:

UK6.5
UK7
UK7.5
UK8
UK8.5
UK9
UK9.5
UK10
UK10.5
UK11
UK12
UK13
UK14
 

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