words // Steve Jaconetta

After over twenty years, the Nike Air Command Force is set for a comeback.

Originally released in 1991, the Nike Air Command Force was one of very few models that used the inflatable Air-Fit technology, which could be adjusted for custom comfort using an anatomically correct inflatable bladder in the ankle. Along with Air-Fit, this model featured Nike Air in the forefoot with its visible counterpart in the heel. Kicking things off for their first retro run is this original 'Volt' colorway.

Coming in white, wolf grey, volt and black, this pair remains true to the original. Featuring a white-based leather upper with grey, volt and black accents along with small hits of blue. Details include splattered accents on the heel, the classic 'Force' logo gracing the tongue, finished off by the original Air-Fit application and the heel valve cylinder to release pressure.

The 'Volt' Nike Air Command Force hits nike.com as well as select Nike Sportswear retailers on Saturday, November 8.

Steve Jaconetta is the Release Dates & Archive Editor of Sole Collector and you can follow him on Twitter here.