Nike Air Force 1 Realtree Camo Pack

Dec 28, 2018

Category: Style

In the fashion world, military and hunting camo is always in vogue. In a collaboration with Realtree, Nike is dressing their low-cut Air Force 1 sneakers in three camo colorways to represent the morphing leaves throughout the changing seasons.

This three-piece collection of Air Force 1 shoes comes in a trio of distinct camo colors: a traditional forest-green and brown, a wild orange, and a more neutral soft beige. Each pair features gum rubber soles and nubuck overlays for reliable comfort. Realtree camo has been used on Nike’s other popular shoe models before, including the SB Dunk Mid and most recently the Kyrie 5, so we anticipate this offering will be a hit. If you’re looking for a pair of sneakers to kick off the new year right, you can keep it real with a pair from the Air Force 1 Realtree Camo collection. These shoes are set to drop on January 4 and you can get a pair for $110.

Purchase: $110

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