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Nike Air Force 1 'Navy' pack


They want you, they want you, they want you as a Nike recruit.

Like a regimental buzz cut, the 'Navy' edition of the Nike Air Force 1 does away with much of the shoe's iconic styling: the usually chunky sole has taken a diet, slimming down the oversized profile of the court shoe. It's a diet change it manages to pull off.

The canvas uppers are available in either stark white with blue striped inners, or - our preferred option - in anchor-speckled grey. Both feature a leather swoosh with suede heel patch.

Is the 'Navy' a brilliant take on a classic or maritime massacre? Give us your thoughts in the comments below.

(Images: Nike)

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