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The All-White Nike Air Force 1 By Sockx


The Nike air force 1 stockx are sneakers created by designer Bruce Gilmore, also these are the first basketball shoe to use the Nike Air technology. Over the past few years, this shoe has experienced a resurgence in popularity. There is mainly due to fashion constantly recycling.

 Nike Air Force 1 Stockx
The Insight behind Nike Air Force 1:

These sneakers are so fresh that if you owned a pair of these in the early 2000s, then you probably remember experiencing paranoia about getting your all-white sneakers dirty. If you have experienced this and for sure thousands of other sneaker enthusiasts before you experienced this too. Several questions may come to your mind including, what makes this shoe so great? And why has it transcended years of sneaker innovation?

The History and The Backdrop; Revolution and Evolution of Nike Air Force 1:

The origin of this sneaker can be traced back to one man, Bruce Kilgore. Bruce was a product designer who designed household appliances and cars for much of his career. When Nike approached Bruce, he had never worked in sneaker performance design. Bruce is also credited with designing iconic shoes like the Jordan two and the Nike Sock Racer. But his most famous, and arguably his most important design was the Air Force 1. Another of Bruce’s most memorable designs was the Nike Track Spike. After the success of the Tailwind, Nike decided to focus their efforts on basketball shoes. And with the growing popularity of basketball, Nike assigned Bruce the task of designing the first ever basketball shoe to contain Air technology.

We can also accredit these sneakers for bringing the renowned sneaker designer, Tinker Hatfield into the sneaker game industry. Legend has it that Bruce Kilgore brought the prototypes of the shoe to Nike’s innovation lab to have them stress tested. One of the lucky designers was none other than Tinker Hatfield. Hatfield was gifted a pair to try them on the court and was dazzled by the way the shoes performed. In fact, he was so moved by Bruce’s design, that he wanted to pursue sneaker design instead of architecture.

Design Details and Specifications:

The Nike Air Technology was not the only groundbreaking technology in the shoe. Bruce’s design was to contain several innovative features. The Nike Air Force 1 Sockx was also one of the first basketball shoes to contain a cup sole, making the shoe’s durability unmatched and unprecedented. In addition to the cup sole, Bruce developed the threaded outsole along with a proprioceptor belt and variable width lacing system, which allowed the basketball players greater ease of movement on the court.   These were profound advancements in sneaker technology at the time.  

Upon its 1982 release, these sneakers were only available as a high top. The original colorway featured a neutral white and gray color palette. This pair of shoes was also the first basketball shoe to feature an ankle strap.

One interesting thing to note is that the shoe was inspired by a boot design, specifically the Nike Air approach hiking boot. Nike had yet to imagine the design of the low-cut Air Force 1s that we all love. In the world of footwear, the term player exclusive is given to exclusive sneakers that have been custom-made for professional athletes. Sometimes it is to outfit a whole team or sometimes it is just one player.

In 1983, the low-cut profile of Air Force one dropped along with a slew of PEs for the original six. The Pes was inspired by their team’s colors and personal preferences. This is just another reason why these sneakers were so revolutionary. By 1984 Nike was ready to shelve the model for the nest hot shoe. But three Baltimore-area retailers at the time; Charley Rudo Sports, Cinderella Shoes, and Downtown Locker Room urged Nike to reconsider. Eventually, in the early 1990s, with the release of crispy white-on-white Air Force Ones, the shoe was unofficially endorsed by drug dealers.

Marketing campaign and Unprecedented Popularity of Nike Air Force 1:

Nike’s marketing campaign for the shoe included a run of ads, which featured six of the NBA’s contemporary basketball players; Moses Malone, Michael Cooper, Jamal Wilkes, Bobby Jones, Mychal Thompson, and Calvin Natt. They were called the original six.  The original ad featured an aircraft in the background because the name of the shoe was inspired by the Air Force One airplane, the aircraft that carries the U.S. President around the world.

In 2002, St. Louis rapper, Nelly dropped his hit song of all the time, which he Titled Air Force One. It was a full-on anthem for Air Force One and included Nelly and St. Lunatics bragging about buying multiple pairs at a time. The nod to Dame Dash’s wear it once and give it away philosophy. Nelly Nellyville’s record, which included the single sold over 1.5 million copies in three weeks.  And Nike was so quick to cash in on the popularity of the said sneakers as everyone would do for sure.  


All these colorway series have gained a lot of attention and hype among sneaker enthusiasts from every country in the world. This range is the most stylish and unique one. So, if you are looking for high-quality Nike Air Force 1 Stockx at a reasonable price, here you can find this top-notch and most coveted design of the Jordan 1 series. This is the apt place for you to get your hands on the best sneakers because buying high-quality footwear had never been easier. We offer you a multitude of weekly promotions as well on which different discounts are available. We hope that the abovementioned information is helpful for you in choosing the perfect shoes that will match your desire. Happy shopping dear customers!

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