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US Size 10.5


Nike Air Force 1 Low Lux Alligator & Case | Size 10.5

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Considered to be one of only 25 pairs, the Nike Air Force 1 Low Lux "Alligator" features a full alligator skin upper, leather lining and leather midsole. To complete the design, the inside back heel is embroidered with "USHER."

It is rumored that this pair was customized in commemoration of Usher, and could be unique.

The Air Force 1, arguably Nike’s most iconic sneaker, is in many regards, the first of its kind. 

Previously realized in running shoes, the introduction of Nike’s "Air" technology in the midsole was a revolutionary concept for basketball sneakers. Tasked with bringing the concept to life, designer Bruce Kilgore and an aerospace engineer brought the project to fruition with a hiking boot-inspired, ankle-strapped high top. Kilgore’s first basketball sneaker, the Air Force 1, was brought to market in 1982. 

Today, through hyped collaborations, unparalleled versatility and ubiquity in popular culture, Air Force 1s continue to be a fan favorite around the world, and one of Nike’s all-time best-selling sneakers.  

  • Nike Air Force 1 Low Lux "Alligator" and case, produced in the early 2000s.
  • Brown alligator skin upper.
  • "Usher" embroidery inside shoe.
  • This item is final sale and is not eligible for return.

Condition Report

Very Good
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The sneakers are in pristine condition and accompanied by a hard shell case.

The case’s handle is broken.




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