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Monday, July 23rd, 2012 at 5:53 pm  |  6 responses

Nike’s ‘Designs that Changed the Game’ Project (KICKS)

First up: Nike Air Force 180 Low, circa ’92.

Images courtesy of Nike

Today, Nike Basketball kicks off its “Designs that Changed the Game” project, which will bring a fresh installment each day from now until August 11, featuring never-before-seen sketches, retro ads and unique photos. For more on the series and to follow along, click here for the full Nike release. We’ll be posting some of our favorites along the way, so stay tuned for more updates.

The first of the featured sneakers is the Nike Air Force 180 Low, born in 1992. Its most notorious endorser was Charles Barkley, and in the words of Phil Knight, “Technology has always been the thing that drives, motivates and consumes us. The Air 180 is the product of that obsession.” Head over to Nike to learn more!

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  • @mmj122

    I used to have the blk pair when I was a kid

  • DS44

    Nike invents it others copy it and get it wrong!

  • http://www.slamonline.com Jzakoni

    dem shoes is looking good mayne

  • http://slamonline.com The Black Rick Kamla

    @DS44, correction, Nike once invented it….now Nike ties to copy what it once invented and gets it wrong.

  • http://WWW.slamonline,com nbk

    Nothing beats the S….Skechers!!!

  • petro3

    thanks for sharing, yall should do this more often.

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