Nike Air Force 1 – Scotch Thistle

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Nike, Inc. introduces several new color shades each year, ranging from trendy new hues that’re all the rage to slight variations on trusted favorites.  And owing to the fact that a fairly significant portion of the visible spectrum carries a feminine connotation, a sizeable percentage of these new looks debut on WMNS sneakers and apparel.  The latest example comes on a shoe that mastered pink-n-shring so long ago they’ve moved to a huge range of design variations as well, the Nike WMNS Air Force 1 Low with Scotch Thistle accents jumping from a grey base.  Their graphically intensive rear panels offer the same texture as the Siren Red edition we showed off on Christmas Day, and now posites these as something like the ladies’ counterpart to the texture camo drops that’ve come in several different colors already this season.  Suffice to say, the Air Force 1’s 30th anniversary is chock full of satisfying looks for every member of your sneakerhead family, and we’ll let you know when this pair hits Nike Sportswear retailers later this spring.  via Sneaker Freaker

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