Nike ‘s NBA 75th Anniversary collection continues to grow and we get an official look at the Nike Air Force 1 High NBA Royal Blue, which is also set to be released this year.
Alongside all of the previous revelations, this Air Force 1 High will feature a mix of royal and white. While no team logo adorns the upper, it's possible that the colourway pays homage to the Detroit Pistons, known for their tough defense and body use.
The NBA 75th Anniversary logo features on the tongue, while the lace-up dubrae is detailed with a diamond. The midsole is also in Sail and the red outsole completes the design.
When can I buy the Air Force 1 High NBA Royal Blue?
The release date of the Nike Air Force 1 will take place shortly. There is no exact date yet, but the official pictures of the sneaker have already been published. Until then, we have a helpful tip for you:
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Where can I buy the Nike Air Force 1 High NBA Royal Blue?
If you really want to buy the Nike Air Force 1 High in the Royal Blue Colorway, you should definitely keep this overview open before the release date. The colourway will certainly be popular, because the response to the NBA collection so far has been huge!
The sneaker has not yet been listed in any online shop, but we assume that you can buy the sneaker in the Nike online shop . As soon as we find the first stores, we will list them in our shop overview.
If you really want to buy the Nike Air Force 1, the high version from the NBA series with item number DC8870-100, you only have to pay 120 euros. Simply click through our release overview and choose the shop of your choice on the release day.
We wish you every success with the release and have fun wearing the sneakers!
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