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Back when footwear companies had the “Pump Wars” in the early 90’s, Nike came out with the Air Command Force for David Robinson. While Dominique Wilkins took us to the “Twighlight Zone” with the Reebok Pump, Nike Answered back with the Command Force that introduced the Air Pump system.  The Command Force featured a classic 90’s style high top look with a pump system that was later discontinued. In 2014, the Nike Air Command Force returns in several colorways including this Red, White and Black combination as well as the Original Emerald as seen below. Let us know if you’re ready for the epic return of the Nike Air Command Force!.

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  1. trop bon depuis le temps que je là veux j’espere juste que le modele avec le jaune fluo comme à l’epoque soit reediter

  2. […] There is no word on availability as of yet, but this is indeed a release of epic proportions. As we’ve talked about before, the Pump technology was nothing new when it really hit the mainstream back in 1989 but Reebok helped market it better than it ever had before and well, other companies adopted the technology (temporarily). Besides Reebok there was Nike, L.A. Gear, Spalding (and a couple of other’s we’ll cover in another post). Of all Reebok’s competitors, Nike posed the biggest threat. First there was the Nike Air Pressure followed by the Command Force Pump and then the 180 Pump. Of the 3, the Command Force Pump always stood out amongst the pack, having been immortalized forever in the movie ‘White Men Can’t Jump’ as well as an episode of In Living Color in which Jim Carey pumps them up during a spoof of Vanilla Ice. Oh, and don’t forget the time Tony Parker broke out a crisp OG pair for a photo shoot years back. Stay tuned for more info regarding this release as it unfolds and in the meantime if your new to the site, check out some other shoes we’ve helped bring back below! Via Niketalk and Modernotoriety. […]

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