We just showed you the Nike Air Max Lebron VII done up in an Eastern Conference colorway for the 2010 All-Star game. It was only a matter of time before we caught glimpses of how Nike chose to commemorate the annual NBA event with the Nike Air Force 1 silhouette. Here we bring you a look at the first two pairs from a group of four Nike Air Force 1s prepared for All-Star weekend in Dallas, which were previewed via Twitter. The first pair sports a predominantly red patent leather upper, while the second pair sports a predominantly white patent leather upper. Both pairs consist of white midsoles, ankle lining, and shoe laces. A metallic silver Nike swoosh and icy outsole are also touches found on each Nike Air Force 1 low. Lastly, an outline of the state of Texas and a basketball can be spotted on the heel of each sneaker. Stay tuned for Part 2 of this post, as pictures of the third and fourth Air Force 1s prepared by Nike for 2010 All-Star Weekend are forthcoming.