Who should buy the Nike Air Force 1 High 07 LV8 1

This classic-inspired Nike Air Force 1 High 07 LV8 1 could be a great match for you if:

  • You are looking for a sneaker that has an adjustable ankle strap with hook-and-loop closure sits above traditional laces for a snug fit.
  • You want a shoe that has a padded high-cut collar that provides a secure fit and comfort around the ankle.

Nike Air Force 1 High 07 LV8 1 Logo

Style of the Nike Air Force 1 High 07 LV8 1

Styling the men’s Nike Air Force 1 High LV8 1 sneakers are quite easy as wearing them with jeans and a shirt. But if you want more streetwear credibility, better pair them with relaxed-fitting trousers or pants or straight-cut jeans, a relaxed tee, and jacket or hoodie.

Nike Air Force 1 High 07 LV8 1 Upper

Donning shorts while wearing this particular model can also create a more pronounced and appealing look keeping the focus on the kicks. The unique color-blocking of the shoe remains to be the reason behind the aesthetic appeal of this shoe.

Nike Air Force 1 High 07 LV8 1 High-top

Notable Features

The Nike Air Force 1 High '07 LV8 1 incorporates the same basketball-inspired performance features and Velcro ankle strap inspired by the 1980s while adding fresh design details for a sleeker look. It also retained the encapsulated Nike Air unit that provides lightweight cushioning.

Nike Air Force 1 High 07 LV8 1 Insole

The all-leather Nike Air Force 1  shoe was also given a bold color-blocking in the leather overlays to make them more visually striking and eye-catching compared to the usual monochromatic and plain colorways of past iterations.

Nike Air Force 1 High 07 LV8 1 belt

The Swoosh logo was also emphasized in the design with contrasting colors to keep the continuing interest to the more than 30-year-old bestselling model.

Nike Air Force 1 High 07 LV8 1 Midsole

History of the Nike Air Force 1 High 07 LV8 1

The popular Nike Air Force 1 is one of the most iconic and bestselling shoes from the Swoosh brand. It features Nike’s Air technology that has been used in many shoes intended for basketball footwear, running shoes and casual sneakers. Introduced by space engineer Frank Rudy to Phil Knight in 1977, Nike Air technology uses pressurized air enclosed in an air unit in the midsole providing cushioning and a lightweight feel to the shoe.

Nike Air Force 1 High 07 LV8 1 Ousole

The Nike Air Force 1 soon came thereafter in 1982 whose name came from the US presidential plane. Veteran designer Bruce Kilgore designed the shoe which is the first footwear model to feature the Nike Air technology embedded in the sole. The Swoosh label intended the shoe as a basketball kick and signed several NBA players that included Bobby Jones, Moses Malone, Michael Cooper, Jamaal Wilkes, Calvin Natt, and Mychal Thompson during the official launch of the trailblazing basketball kick.

Nike Air Force 1 High 07 LV8 1 Side profile

The Nike Air Force 1 High LV8 1 casual shoe has a high-top construction and a Velcro ankle strap to secure the foot and keep it in lockdown. The shoe also has a highly elevated sole as the LV8 name implies. The high top Nike Air Force 1 High LV8 1 sneaker also has a unique and bold color-blocking that differs from the core model but incorporates the same hoops-inspired performance features of the 1982 original design while adding a fresher look to the silhouette.

Nike Air Force 1 High 07 LV8 1 Laces

Facts / Specs

Style: Retro, Sporty
Top: High
Inspired from: Basketball
Collection: Nike Air Force 1, Nike Air, Nike Air Force, Nike Air Force 1 High 07
Closure: Laces, Strap
Material: Leather, Rubber Sole, Cup Sole
Season: Spring, Fall

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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.