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The Nike Air Force 1 UK Sale goes collegiate for this scholarly “University Blue” colorway. The shade of light blue with a name that seems to not-so-coincidentally reference the University of North Carolina hits this version of the mid-top Air Force 1 hard for a classic two-tone color block in suede and canvas with white accents. Whether you’re a Tarheel or not, this is going to be a hard colorway to pass up for Air Force 1 fans. While the Nike Air Force 1 Stock isn’t quite build for use on the military field, there’s no better sneaker to reflect the toughness and durability of the Armed Forces like this ’82 classic. Starting this Thursday, Nike will unleash an array of camouflage prints on the Air Force 1 Low with reflective detailing, giving the shoes yet another stand-out factor. If you’re a fan of camo print, this upcoming set of drops covers all the ground you need. Fall 2016 has arrived which means Nike Sportswear is readying a number of iconic retros in boot-like form. We’ve already seen the Nike Lunar Force 1 Duckboot return in its original construction complete with a comfortable Lunarlon tooling and boot-inspired aesthetic, but what else does the Swoosh have in-store for Bruce Kilgore’s classic creation? Today we get a look at 2 upcoming Nike Air Force 1 Black fashion pairs that are ready to keep your feet warm thanks to a bolstered wool upper and premium leather touches on the heel, Swoosh, and strap. ‘Tis the season for Nike Sportswear’s Timberland-inspired “Flax” regime to arrive at retail shelves. While the past two autumns we’ve seen a number of Nike’s best retros don the outdoorsman aesthetic, this year any announcement on a return to form has been noticeably absent from the release slate, until now. Today we get a look at the Nike Air Force 1 White Comfort “Flax” which released in November 2015 exclusively in a men’s size run. Previewed not too far back, this pair was joined by a “University Red” Quickstrike look (that appeared a bit more on the Infrared side of things to be honest). Both do Bruce Kilgore’s iconic creation justice through simple, vibrant accents while an OG ‘Nike Air’ branding lands on the leather heel. While this white and green combination might immediately draw memories to the adidas Stan Smith’s signature aesthetic, a bold Swoosh branding in a matching Lucky Green adds a bit more vibrancy throughout Nike Air Force 1 Hyper Turquoise Supplier.