Who should buy the Nike Air Force 1 High Utility 2.0

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Nike Air Force 1 High Utility 2.0 Swoosh

Who should not buy it

People are not happy with the Nike Air Force 1 High Utility 2.0's heftiness. If you want a winter-ready sneaker boot that is lightweight, switch to Nike Lunar Force 1 Duckboot or Adidas Frozetic.

Nike Air Force 1 High Utility 2.0 Toebox

Break it in a little for a long-lasting comfort

"Very comfortable. I can wear them all day!" The majority of verified buyers agree that these sneakers are insanely comfortable. A couple of sneakerheads are beyond happy that they can wear this shoe "all day without complaint" or discomfort. They also use it for long hours while traveling or for work. However, a few mentioned that it might be stiff when you first get them and will probably need some breaking in (after 2-3 times of wearing). 

Nike Air Force 1 High Utility 2.0 Straps

Air Force 1 High Utility 2.0: Keeps your feet warm all-day

The best thing that sneaker fans love about the AF1 High Utility 2.0 is that it is winter-ready. Many attested that it keeps their feet "warm as well as dry" when wearing it in the snow. It is also important to note that this kick is designed for cold weather thus, you might experience sweating on your feet if you use it during summer.

Nike Air Force 1 High Utility 2.0 Inner sole

Super easy to style

A bunch of AF1 fans are excited every time they wear the AF1 High Utility 2.0 because of its "super on-trend" and "done to perfection" design. People describe this pair as "very cute and fashionable" that can easily be paired with a variety of outfits including jeans, shorts, joggers, leggings, and sweats.

Nike Air Force 1 High Utility 2.0 Ankles

Air Force 1 High Utility 2.0 is rugged-terrain ready

This winter boot has large lugs for "rugged terrains and rough weather" which pleased several AF1 High Utility 2.0 fans, especially those who wear them for hiking or during rainy days, because of the good amount of grip it offers that definitely helped them on rainy hikes.

Nike Air Force 1 High Utility 2.0 Midsole

Worry-free for your ankles

As one verified buyer said, the ankle support in AF1 High Utility 2.0 is the "real pro." This is confirmed by a great number of satisfied buyers who are literally impressed with the ankle support and stability.

Nike Air Force 1 High Utility 2.0 Lacing system

Air Force 1 High Utility 2.0 is hefty for a reason

Many people who have owned this kick are disappointed with its heftiness and wished for it to be a "little lightweight". However, for some, it is not a problem as it "plays into its durability and quality of materials." In other words, because of the materials that are added into the AF1 High Utility 2.0 to make it durable, cushy, good quality, and winter and rugged terrain resistant, sneakerheads find its heftiness very reasonable.

Nike Air Force 1 High Utility 2.0 Heel

Affordable winter boot

With its $110 retail price, boot fans considered the AF1 High Utility 2.0 very affordable given that it is a winter-ready boot that is super durable, stylish, and grippy. In addition to that, it is also waterproof and easy to clean.

Nike Air Force 1 High Utility 2.0 Lugs

The Air Force 1 High Utility 2.0 embodies military-inspired aesthetics

The all-leather ankle strap of the OG Air Force 1 High now has a durable metal hook with a suede back tab with "intricate stitching" in the new Air Force 1 High Utility 2.0. This upgrade symbolizes the traditional military dress. It also upgraded its tongue with a woven label that showcases a military tag.

Nike Air Force 1 High Utility 2.0 Tongue

Facts / Specs

Base model: Nike Air Force 1 High
Top: High
Collection: Nike Air, Nike Air Force, Nike Air Force 1
Closure: Laces, Strap
Material: Leather, Suede, Rubber Sole
Season: Winter
Features: Waterproof / No lace

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Sheena

Sheena is a wordsmith turned sneaker addict. Her sneaker fixation intensified as her passion for writing grew. A hands-on mom of two sweet yet spunky kids (plus three dogs and two cats), she finds solitude in leafing through shoe catalogs to find the next "it" sneaker. Scrutinizing hugely popular and underrated kicks is her favorite pastime.