Nike revisits Air Force 1, Dunk High, and Air More Uptempo ’96 with the New Age of Sport Pack

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Retro is back, and we can’t get enough of it! Nike is launching its New Age of Sport pack to rejuvenate our beloved classics. Special editions of the timeless Air Force 1, the magnificent Dunk High, and the daring Air More Uptempo ’96 are skillfully revamped in warm shades of white, beige, and brown. 🌰

First up, the Nike Air Force 1. A style icon known for its low and sleek silhouette, complete with a thick sole. Debuted in 1982, this pair is named after the American presidential plane ✈️. Designed by Bruce Kilgore, it was originally a basketball shoe, famed as the first to incorporate Nike Air technology for cushioning. Over the years, it has transcended its basketball roots to become a streetwear essential.

Next, the Nike Dunk High. This high-top sneaker stands out with its bold design and structured silhouette. Introduced in 1985, the Dunk was also created for college basketball players πŸ€, with each team having its own color. With collaborations and limited editions, it remains a true classic.

Introduced a bit later in 1996 (hence its name), the Air More Uptempo ’96 is known for its exaggerated design and large “AIR” letters on the sides. It gained fame thanks to Scottie Pippen during the 1996 Games. Its bold design is THE characteristic for those looking to stand out. πŸ”₯

With these new colorways available at @courir, it’s hard to choose just one… Which one would you pick?