The Nike Air Force I first came out in 1982, and it was the first model to use NIKE AIR cushioning technology.
It was a part of the Nike lineup from 1982-1984, then it was reissued starting in the 1990s.
As in this example, and the two below, the Rasheed Wallace version can be distinguished by the jumping silhouette near the heel.
Nike has made the Air Force I in a plethora of colorways... probably only exceeded by the Converse "Chuck Taylor" All Star.
The high-top version comes with a strap (as pictured), but most people seem to either leave it dangling or take it off.
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