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After previously being reported in April, the Swoosh’s Nike Air Force Max Low has officially arrived to Nike.com and select stockists.
The predecessor to the low top rendition, the Nike Air Force Max High, sported an Air Force One inspired sole, full-length Air Max cushioning, phylon midsole, ripstop upper, standard lacing enclosure, and a midfoot strap.
The low tops bring in a reduction of technology from its predecessor model, featuring just a 180° heel Air Max bag, with a primary cushion build of just phylon, as no “Zoom Air” branding is evident near the forefoot. In addition to that, we have a cheaper screen mesh upper, and fuse overlays that cover only the medial and lateral midfoot. Aside from those few changes, nothing much has changed significantly. The midfoot strap remains in tact, and it seems like Nike just released a $160, overpriced Air Max basketball shoe, that nobody cared about, with outdated tech, and will now be releasing an even cheaper version of the shoe, still priced very high at $140. Otherwise, a nub traction pattern can be seen along with multi-directional lines on the outsole rand.
The Nike Air Force Max Low is now available at Nike.com and select Nike stockists for $140 USD. Let us know your thoughts in the comments and keep it locked here for updates on the Swoosh’s biggest moves this Summer.