Two Nike Air Force Max Colorways Are Available Now

We previously reported that the Nike Air Force Max was hitting overseas retailers and now it looks like two more colorways have become available.

The shoe itself definitely has the old school Nike Air Max Force vibe to it dating back to when Charles Barkley worse his CB4’s.

The New Nike Air Max Force features a midfoot strap, a full textile upper with fuse overlays in high wear areas, a full-length Air Max Unit, and a large heel counter extended to midfoot to cup your foot into the Air Max bed. The outsole features a translucent outsole along with a rounded out traction pattern, similar to the ones seen on the Nike KD11.

For those interested in a pair, overseas seller ID4SHOES has them available already in the Black/Anthracite colorway and the Black/Pink Blast colorway for $145.

What do you think about the new Nike Air Max Force? Does it bring back memories of the old school 90s-2000s vibe? Were you a power player needing that type of cushion? Share your thoughts down below.

Images via: ID4SHOES

8 Comments

  1. What are those colored outlines/shank on the bottom? Plastic shank or exposed misdole? Looks a little odd but these remind me of the hyperposites from a few years ago

    1. Looks like its foam injected into 3/4 of the Air unit. The Black/Pink colorway you can see it within the pillars.

      They look like recycled parts from the Hyperposite lol.

  2. I’ve had the Hyperposite’s so these will probably feel the same (insanely stiff with good impact protection). I really wish these would’ve used a air setup like the Lebron 10. Nike REALLY needs to utilize that cushion again (just add a better outrigger).

  3. Nightwing how does this type of cushion generally feel? I watched your video on the lebron 8 and the hyperposite, and you just stated that it gives good impact protection. Just want to know how it feels playing in that type of cushion. Thanks.

    1. Generally, Air Max tends to feel dead. Not much feedback from it as its main objective is to absorb impact rather than absorb and deflect energy. It’s not a bad cushion. It just depends on what you want out of your shoe.

    2. I’m a heavier dude (250+) and full length airmax is usually extremely firm. Once broken in there’s a tiny bit of bounce and compression but its minimal. You usually feel high off the ground and court-feel isn’t very good.

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