December 14, 2011 BY Aaron Hope / 11
The name of this latest Nike Air Force 1 Low has us wondering when we’ll finally see cashmere wool as part of the AF1 Bespoke experience, and also how a material so befitting the premium custom process hasn’t already been included. Nike Sportswear looks to remedy some of the cashmere deficiency with this new pair of Uptowns, but that’s actually the name of the off-white shade in use here. Rather than a premium wool, these have been cast in all-canvas, and along with the recent Air Max 90 previews we’ve shown you along with fragment design’s just-dropped All Court IIs, we’re starting to notice a trend toward the classic cotton material. Click through to see more of the ‘Cashmere’ Air Force 1 Low and stick with Sneaker News for the US release date. via SF
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This is that perfect summer in the city joint right here. Clean and crisp, subtle and oh so effective. About damn time!!!!!
Not whack...about time they release some AF1's that went on the more subtle approach. These would make some awesome summer kicks.
The colorway of the upper part of the shoe is cashmere. You didn't really think that those were made out of real cashmere did you ?