Nike Air Force 1 Low Premium ‘High-Frequency Digital Camouflage’
The most recent release from Nike Sportswear’s ‘XXX Pearl’ capsule celebrating the Air Force 1′s 30th anniversary released a couple weeks back when the Air Maxed-out camo edition dropped in limited quantities. That pair utilized VacTech construction for a sleek upper that gained depth from its molded appearance, but what if you could do that same kind of visual trickery on an even smoother design? That’s the idea with this sixth Pearl Collection drop, a Nike Air Force 1 Low built with the aid of high-frequency welding technology whose tonal grey digital camouflage takes on a different pattern so as to facilitate something approximating an urban ‘concrete jungle’. Given how hot grey/white sneakers have been of late, this is likely to be a monster hit when it arrives at select retailers this summer; are these the best Pearl Air Force 1s yet? Let us know on the other side after you check out a bunch of additional images, and be sure to check back with Sneaker News for the US release date.