January 31, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 0
When Sneaker News brought you images of the upcoming Nike Air Force 1 iD samples yesterday, all of them depicted a tonal, almost monochromatic elephant print in a variety of colors with but one single photo depicting the classic dark-on-light grey as was pioneered on the Air Jordan III OGs. Here’s an expanded look at that tonal grey and gumsoled approach to the Air Force 1 Low on NIKEiD, as well as a hightop version that goes with a translucent bottom instead. These two are quite similar, yet different enough to demonstrate some of the blocking options available on both heights when the super-limited 750-pair run opens on February 1st at midnight eastern. Will you choose suede on the rear quarter like the AF1 Low iDs, or maybe you wanna go from toe to heel in Elephant like the Highs? Get your drafts in order because there’s no time to waste once these go live, and click through to see some more of these samples in the meantime.
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