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Official images of the Nike Air Force Max Low have surfaced, and this is your first official look.
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in tact, and it seems like Nike just released a $160, overpriced Air Max basketball shoe, that nobody cared about, with outdated tech, and will now be releasing an even cheaper version of the shoe.
The Nike Air Force Max Low is slated to arrive to retailers in the Spring/Summer 2019. Yes, that’s a broad range of when these could release, but keep it locked here as you’ll see the release updates for these shoes here first. Be sure to share your thoughts on these in the comments.
Nick Montesano, born and raised out of New Jersey. High school Senior, sneaker fanatic, performance guru. Love to share my passion for sneakers of all kinds, and bring you all daily content. Favorite shoe ever: adidas Harden Vol. 3. Favorite player ever: LeBron James.