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Who Wants A Nike Air Force 1 Popsicle?

Submitted by on November 22, 2012 – 10:09 am18 Comments

Happy Thanksgiving! What are you planning on eating today? Some turkey? Mashed potatoes? Cornbread? Cranberry sauce? Gravy? Um, what else, what else, what else? Pumpkin pie? Apple pie? Blueberry pie? Pie…Mmmmmmmm! How about stuffing? How about yams? Don’t forget the green beans. And, how about a popsicle or two?

Eh, yeah, okay. So, we realize that a “popsicle” isn’t usually a part of the traditional Thanksgiving feast. But, trust us: You’re gonna want a taste of this popsicle! It’s made using the Nike Air Force 1 Popsicle Mold that Nike Sportswear just created. You see, thirty years ago, Nike put the finishing touches on their classic Air Force 1 sneaker and released it to the world. And, thirty years later, it’s one of the most iconic sneakers ever released. So, to help celebrate, Nike Sportswear just fashioned this popsicle mold out of wood. It looks pretty tasty, huh?

Okay, so you’re not going to be eating any popsicles today (Pie? YES! Popsicles? No…). But, when you sit down at the dinner table tonight and give thanks for all of the amazing people, places, and things (and sneakers!) that you have in your life, remember this popsicle mold. It represents one of the best things that Nike ever produced, and it’s a celebration of one of the best sneakers ever invented. Thank you, Nike.

Now, pass us a popsicle! We’ve already inhaled two full plates, but we’re hungry for more.

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