Nike Air Force 1 Rucker Park Orange CT2585-100
Release Date: Wed 17 Jun 2020 8:00 AM GMT
Style Code: CT2585-100
Paying homage to the basketball court in Harlem, here’s the Nike Air Force 1 Rucker Park Orange donning bright and tangy orange. Holcombe Rucker Park of Manhattan, New York once used to be the house of NBA games. This particular sneaker is a way to commemorate the park. However, this colour scheme is perfect for the Summer season too. The striking hues of orange and the vanilla white make a stunning palette to rock on a warm sunny day. You also don’t need to worry about the weather since AF 1 trainers for running are always making sure of your comfort.
A premium construction of supple leather for the upper body and comfy nylon mesh inner lining make this silo the best-looking and the most reliable pair in the sneaker town. As a result of its brilliant design, the wearer can hit the tracks without any doubts! For example, if you want to run wild under the sun on a tricky and pebbled track, you can go for it without a second thought. The flexible walls and the Air Force 1 midsole make an unbeatable team so that your steps are safe and snug all the time. Follow FastSoleUK for more.
Rucker Park is actually famous for giving some of the greatest basketball talents a platform where they could show off their dunking and passing skills. Many professional basketball players, including Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Rafer Alston, Kenny Anderson, played there. For some reason, Michael Jordan never did. The park was setting basketball tournaments in the 1950s to help the less fortunate children and prevent them from dropping out. This Air Force 1 comes dressed in Rucker Park Orange theme to sing the tale. Crisp white leather-top flaunts orange stitches, inner, tongue, and outsole. The orange basketball-shaped deubre on the midfoot is unmissable. Finally, the white midsole and a tiny orange Nike Swoosh completes the look.
Nike Air Force 1 Rucker Park Orange will release 17th June via listed UK and European retailers.
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