Verdict from +100 user reviews

8 reasons to buy

  • Several Nike AF1 collectors recommend the footwear to other fanatics because of its eye-catching colorways.
  • A lot of reviewers mention that they find the low-top Nike Air Force 1 '07 LV8 Style very comfortable.
  • Some of its buyers have particularly appreciated the materials used on this iteration of the Air Force 1.
  • Because of its design, some have suggested that it looks great when paired with casual summer clothing.
  • One user likes the incorporation of the gum outsole to this AF1 version.
  • According to a sneaker reviewer, the  Nike AF1 '07 LV8 Style is durable when used casually.
  • Many regular AF1 purchasers have stated that the price tag of the sneaker is budget-friendly.
  • A shopper suggests that this shoe is a good gift option for loved ones.

2 reasons not to buy

  • For a considerable number of wearers, the creasing tendency for the footwear is very likely, even by AF1 standards.
  • One reviewer implies that during the first couple of uses, the upper material feels stiff.

Bottom line

The men's Nike Air Force 1 '07 LV8 Style is a revamped iteration of the original 1982 hoops-inspired kicks. Longtime fans and casual customers are in agreement in praising its stylish aesthetic and high-quality materials. Similar to its predecessors, it provides ample comfort and cushioning.

The price has also been lauded by the shoppers, as it is slightly inexpensive compared to other marquee Nike sneakers. However, plenty of reviewers warned about its high tendency to crease, which forced some to ultimately return their purchase.

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Good to know

The Nike Air Force 1 '07 LV8 Style is currently available in US men’s measurements only. Nike utilized the traditional lace-up to give wearers an adjustable fit.

The low-top Nike Air Force 1 '07 LV8 Style is nearly identical with most iterations of the AF1 low. However, the updates such as the gum rubber cupsole and sturdy waxed canvas with synthetic overlays give a fresh take to the timeless silhouette. The variety of neutral colorways have also endeared fans and casuals alike, as it blends naturally with summer clothes.    

One of the enduring brand technologies, the Nike Air, is situated on the gum outsole. In addition to the lightweight cushioning it delivers, the Nike Air unit also gives a vintage look.

Three years before the Air Jordan phenomenon took over the sneaker industry by storm, the Nike Air Force 1 was arguably the most popular hoops footwear. Inspired by the US presidential airplane, the AF1 used the slogan “Air in the Box” to highlight the back-then new technology called the Nike Air. This tech delivers the necessary heel support and cushioning that help in various movements on the court.

During its initial release, the AF1 was available for two years before the production was discontinued. Due to the overwhelming demand of the consumers, the Air Force 1 was eventually re-released and soon became a fixture in Nike shops worldwide as a casual lifestyle sneaker. Since that time until today, numerous reiterations and collaborations have been released, which is a testament to the timeless appeal of the AF1. Among the recent versions is the Nike Air Force 1 '07 LV8 Style, which was released in 2018.

  • It is also called the Nike Air Force 1 '07 LV8 Style Gum Pack.
  • The colorways released are monarch / gum medium brown / black / monarch, black / gum medium brown / black, camper green / gum medium brown / black / camper green, and flat pewter / gum medium brown / black / flat pewter.
  • The Nike Air Force 1 '07 LV8 Style’s regular price is $100.


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Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.