Total eclipse: The Nike Lunar Force 1
The Air Force 1 was the first basketball shoe to boast Nike's innovative Air technology. More than thirty years after it was unveiled in 1982, the swoosh lords further refined the construction of these kicks to create the Lunar Force 1: a perfect blend of function and style. With the classic Air Force 1 shape and added Lunarlon technology, these sneakers are the ultimate companion for your feet on and off the court.
In the last year, the Lunar Force 1 high-top has been released in a multitude of different themes, from a Manhattan-inspired motif to a "Galaxy" colorway. Now, they are re-emerging in an even bolder blue skin. The latest three editions feature the same lightweight Lunarlon midsole for maximum comfort, but with new futuristic details. One sports a striking palette ranging from navy to light turquoise, which lend a cool base to the contrasting silver accents and exotic zebra print. Meanwhile, the speckled aqua sole appears to be glowing with radioactive particles. Not feeling blue? They come in "Parachute Gold," an olive green scheme, and stark "Anthracite" for the minimalists. Snag this fierce footwear for yourself Nov. 9 at Jimmy Jazz stores or online.
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