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Fully equipped in its full-length cushioning, the Nike Air Force 1 07 Premium hugs your foot in comfort. Its traditional lace-up enclosure keeps your foot secure. This low-top shoe is offered in both men’s and women’s sizing.

Be stylishly bold and express your unique self in this Nike Air Force 1 07 Premium. This low-top sneaker showcases the remarkable stylish and timeless appeal of the Air Force 1 that exerts flexibility. With its origins’ natural transition into the streets, this sneaker keeps up with the evolution of style, allowing you to match it up with various outfit options. Stay simply casual and relaxed with a t-shirt and jeans or go sporty with some joggers and a hoodie.

Representing the 1982 Nike Air Force 1’s iconic design, this premium version of the OG’s 2007 rendition stays true to its roots. It also offers a unique and eye-catching look in its snakeskin colorway and other colorful colorways it offers. It is built with top-quality materials and classy detailing for its whole premium appeal, without failing to pay homage to its origins.

A product of the creative mind of the established designer, Bruce Kilgore, the Nike Air Force 1 was first introduced by the Swoosh brand in 1982. Obviously, the shoe got its name from the “Air Force One,” the presidential aircraft. 

For the next decades, the Nike Air Force 1 built a concrete name for itself and remains as one of the staple silhouettes of the Nike brand and a part of its “Just Do It” campaign. Originally a basketball shoe, the Air Force 1 has swiftly and naturally made its way into the streets and became one of the most favorite sneakers of all time in the sneaker culture.

                 From the basketball court to the streets

The first Nike shoe to ever use the brand’s remarkable Nike Air technology, the Air Force 1 introduced how walking on air felt like to its wearers. It was initially a challenge for the shoe to get a high demand on the market, despite its new and unique technology at the time. But the silhouette proved that nothing is impossible. When playing basketball expanded into the streets, the AF1 rise up in demand and downtown players gave it a nickname, the “Uptowns.” 

Low-top, mid-top, and high-top versions of the Nike Air Force 1 were produced but the OG model, the high-top, was the most desired among both fans and players with the reliable ankle support it offers. Nike Air Force 1 OG models, the high-tops in particular with the notable strap enclosure above the ankle, are the ones that are considered the “holy grail” of sneakers and mostly sold in a high demanding price.

With its already established fame both in the court and in the streets, the Air Force 1 is among the top sneakers of the brand to be a subject of modification. For years, the silhouette has encountered numerous revisions on its design both on its structure and its colorways.

During Nike Air Force 1’s 25th anniversary in 2007, the brand launched multiple renditions of the silhouette including the Nike Air Force 1 07. The model then garnered attention and grew to be one of the most sought-after renditions of the OG Air Force 1, leading the brand to release numerous versions for the Air Force 1 07. Among these modifications is the Nike Air Force 1 07 Premium in which the silhouette delivers the luxurious feel with its premium material, living up to its name.

  • The Nike Air Force 1 07 Premium “Just Do It” comes with flat laces with the “Just Do It” callout printed on them.

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.