Nike Air Force One Backpack

Apr 12, 2018

Category: Gear

The Nike Air Force One has been a staple in every sneaker-head’s collection since its release in 1982. When it first came out, the distinctive, astronomically-inspired design made it look like a sneaker Neil Armstrong might have worn. That same futuristic, almost lunar-look has been infused into Nike’s new line of Nike Air Force 1 backpacks.

This pack might not be equipped for actual-space travel, but it offers plenty of space within. A top-loading design opens to a large main compartment to store your stuff. Deep side zip sections and a 15″ laptop sleeve allow the wearer to shuttle everything they need with ease and organization. Shoulder straps with padded cushioning and straps for distributing weight make it a lightweight tote, and front webbing offers a convenient hangar for clip-on items. Ergonomically designed for the carrier’s comfort, you’ll feel like you’re defying gravity with the AF1 strapped onto your back.

Purchase: $85

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