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FIRST LOOK: Nike Air Ultra Force 2013

Fuse meets Force on this update to a classic Nike model. After the recent success of the modified Air Force 180 Mid that David Robinson once made famous, it appears that Nike is continuing to dig into the archives with this Air Ultra Force reboot. They’ve also updated the style with current technology for a more performance-driven option.

The high top cut, classic “Force” logo, and nubuck are still there, but a Hyperfuse skin has been added in place of the original rubber webbing, for a more comfortable feel on the court. Also new to the 2013 model is the midsole, which has been updated with a visible Max Air unit in place of the original 180 Air styling. Considering the fact that 180 Air cushioning isn’t used very often nowadays, the change makes sense.

A great option for those who like to rock the old school look while balling, these are expected sometime this year, and you can count on Sneaker Report to keep you posted with any updates.

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