Triple-Black Nike SF Air Force 1 Is The Extreme High Top You Never Knew You Needed

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Nike SF Air Force 1 Highs have been a sleeper hit among sneakerheads in all its original colorways: "triple white," "golden beige" and "light bone."

They've been billed as high tops but, let's face it, they're wayyy higher than pretty much any other sneaker out there. But that's pretty much the whole point. 

And at long last, Nike has given these militaristic super high-tops the badass colorway you've been craving: all-black.

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(Photo: SneakerNews/Nike)

These sneakers border on vantablack territory. Nike calls them "triple-black" since the uppers, soles and straps are all completely blacked out. 

If there's one drawback of these sky-high kicks, it's that it will look like your leg has been gobbled up by a black hole.

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(Photo: SneakerNews/Nike)

Thus model includes the double straps in ballistic nylon, the usual leather-nylon blend upper and perforated toe box.

Nike plans to drop these Triple-Black SF-AF1 Highs on November 24th (Black Friday of all dates) to the tune of $185. 

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(Photo: SneakerNews/Nike)

If you can't make it till the end of the month, shop the other models available on Nike.com, below. 

Maybe a tamer place to start is one of the more low-slung "mid" models.

Nike SF Air Force 1: $180

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(Photo: Nike)

Nike SF Air Force 1 Mid — Black/Gum Light Brown/Black: $160

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(Photo: Nike)

Nike SF Air Force 1 Mid — Mushroom/Light Bone/Mushroom: $160

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(Photo: Nike)

Nike SF Air Force 1 Mid — Ivory/Neutral Olive/Ivory: $160

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(Photo: Nike)

Nike SF Air Force 1 Hi — Orange/White: $200

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(Photo: Nike)

If the original options are somehow still not high-riding enough, opt for the pair above.

Which do you like best?