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Dimension 6 Comics: Air Force 1 - Baltimore ’84
Dimension 6 Comics: Air Force 1 - Baltimore ’84
Dimension 6 Comics: Air Force 1 - Baltimore ’84
Dimension 6 Comics: Air Force 1 - Baltimore ’84
Dimension 6 Comics: Air Force 1 - Baltimore ’84
Dimension 6 Comics: Air Force 1 - Baltimore ’84
Dimension 6 Comics: Air Force 1 - Baltimore ’84
Dimension 6 Comics: Air Force 1 - Baltimore ’84
Dimension 6 Comics: Air Force 1 - Baltimore ’84
Dimension 6 Comics: Air Force 1 - Baltimore ’84
Dimension 6 Comics: Air Force 1 - Baltimore ’84
Dimension 6 Comics: Air Force 1 - Baltimore ’84
Dimension 6 Comics: Air Force 1 - Baltimore ’84
Dimension 6 Comics: Air Force 1 - Baltimore ’84
Dimension 6 Comics: Air Force 1 - Baltimore ’84
Dimension 6 Comics: Air Force 1 - Baltimore ’84
Dimension 6 Comics: Air Force 1 - Baltimore ’84
Dimension 6 Comics: Air Force 1 - Baltimore ’84
Dimension 6 Comics: Air Force 1 - Baltimore ’84
Dimension 6 Comics: Air Force 1 - Baltimore ’84
Dimension 6 Comics: Air Force 1 - Baltimore ’84
Dimension 6 Comics: Air Force 1 - Baltimore ’84
Dimension 6 Comics: Air Force 1 - Baltimore ’84
Without Baltimore, the Nike Air Force 1 might have faded out of existence. In 1984, two years after its launch, Nike wasn’t planning to continue production of the Air Force 1, but thanks to Baltimore’s love of the shoe, the AF-1 continued to be made. To honor the city, Nike has partnered with local retailer Downtown Locker Room and Maryland community organization, Jubilee Arts, on a Baltimore youth arts program that launches in October over the course of three sessions for both elementary and high school students. On September 29, Nike and Downtown Locker Room host a mural unveiling and community celebration event at the former site of Cinderella shoes.
Dimension 6 Comics: Air Force 1 - Baltimore ’84