Nike  Air Force 1 Crib  White - CK2201-100 | Jimmy Jazz
Nike  Air Force 1 Crib  White - CK2201-100 | Jimmy Jazz
Nike  Air Force 1 Crib  White - CK2201-100 | Jimmy Jazz
Nike  Air Force 1 Crib  White - CK2201-100 | Jimmy Jazz
Nike  Air Force 1 Crib  White - CK2201-100 | Jimmy Jazz
Nike  Air Force 1 Crib  White - CK2201-100 | Jimmy Jazz
Nike  Air Force 1 Crib  White - CK2201-100 | Jimmy Jazz
Nike  Air Force 1 Crib  White - CK2201-100 | Jimmy Jazz

Air Force 1 Crib

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$38.00
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The iconic silhouette is almost pushing 40 years in the industry and it is still considered an all-time original. The Air Force 1 shoe, originally released in 1982, was designed by Bruce Kilgore. At the time, it was designed as a basketball performance shoe. While it still can be used as a basketball sneaker today, its legacy has extended well beyond the hardwood.

Product Details

  • Nike Air Force 1 Crib
  • Infants crib low top booties
  • Synthetic leather upper
  • Perforated toe box for added ventilation
  • Polyester textile tongue with lace-up closure and Nike branding
  • Cushioned heel collar for added comfort
  • Contrasting Nike Swoosh on the sides
  • Color: White/White
Fit: Infant Sizes
Fabric: Synthetic Materials

Style #: CK2201-100


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ABOUT NIKE

Nike has stayed at the forefront of athletic footwear innovation for since its inception. What started as a small sporting goods company has since evolved into the largest supplier of sportswear apparel, athletic equipment, accessories, and sneakers in the world.

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ABOUT NIKE AIR FORCE 1

Of all the sneakers in Nike’s lineage, the Air Force 1 may be the most significant. Originally released in 1982, the Bruce Kilgore–designed basketball sneaker quickly transitioned from the hardwood to the streets as a staple in hip-hop culture. The sneaker is revered globally, though especially popular in both New York City and the DMV area. Today, the sneaker is one of the best-selling Nike models, and its clean aesthetic leaves no guesses as to why.

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