Nike AF1 Ohio State University Sample and Its GR Counterpart »

May 7, 2009 at 9:15 pm | air-force-oneshoes

If you recall the last LeBron Air Force 1 we featured on the site, it was a Cleveland inspired Cream colored Nike AF1. Then, just like that, it’s turned out the released version is a little different. Actually, the shoes are almost the same, but loosing the LeBron logos on the back and on the insole is crucial for us – LBJ fans. So basically a LeBron AF1 became just another colorway of this legendary shoe. Today, we’ve discovered yet another LeBron Air Force One sneaker, personalized for Ohio State University. The shoe features OSU’s team colors – Black, Red and White – with L23 logo on the tongue and “O” on the back. Again, the actual production model comes without the LeBron logos (see pics below). We don’t know what’s the reason for such a “downgrade,” but it would be nice to get a new LBJ AF1 with logos and everything. Well, I guess we should focus on the Zoom LeBron 6 Low, which seems to be a worthy substitute.

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  • Curtis J

    Personally AF1’s are overrated its time for a change because they are played out

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