Olympic Versions Of The Nike Air Force 1 Hi & Low

By: 06.27.12
Nike Air Force 1 "Olympic Collection"

Every four years when the Olympics come around, it means a lot to us. The basketball is great, but so is everything else, from the swimming to gymnastics. You can also always bet on a few extremely dope USA-inspired sneakers releasing. This summer is no different as Nike is putting out Olympic-inspired versions of the Nike Air Force 1 Hi and Low.

These are two of our favorites this year from Nike’s ridiculous Olympic Collection. The “Olympic” Lows sport a midnight Navy upper, a metallic gold swoosh, red accents, a white midsole, and a gum outsole, and will be dropping on the first day in July for $90.

Photos from InsideTheSneakerBox

Nike Air Force 1 Low

Nike Air Force 1 Low "Olympic Collection"

Nike Air Force 1 Low "Olympic Collection"

Nike Air Force 1 Low "Olympic Collection"

Hit page 2 for photos of the Hi version…

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The “Olympic” Nike Air Force 1 Hi Premium is releasing on the same day, but for a steeper price of $145. It sports a white/metallic gold-midnight navy colorway.

Nike Air Force 1 Hi "Olympic Collection"

Nike Air Force 1 Hi "Olympic Collection"

Nike Air Force 1 Hi "Olympic Collection"

via NiceKicks and Kix And The City

Which one do you like better?

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