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Nike Air Force 1 Duck Boot

Submitted by on January 11, 2011 – 10:05 am4 Comments

Despite a near limitless array of types of kicks (high tops, low tops, running shoes, basketball shoes) and boots (duck boots, hikers), some people just can’t get enough of their Air Force 1s. Nike helps these obsessives out with the Air Force 1 Duck Boot. The sneakers affectionally dubbed “Uptowns” or “Airs” gets laced with familiar duck-boot elements like waterproof leather, thicker outsoles, metal lace loops and and a wool collar. Rough and rugged.

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    These kicks are TUFF.
    I wonder when they come out…

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