Nike Air Force 1 Low – Black – Blue – White

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A huge part of the Nike Air Force 1‘s sustained success is the immense variety of styles we’ve seen over the years. Each element and the shoe as a whole is capable of such extreme customization, sometimes all it takes is just a single element to set off a new design. Take for instance the Swooshes that run from heel badge through the mid panel on the Air Force 1 Low; we’ve seen them done countless times in the ‘standard’ stitched-on configuration, some with perforated outlines or double-layered Swooshes. This latest pair derives its novelty from the contrast of a black nubuck upper and vibrant blue accents (very ‘Send Help’) including an embroidered Swoosh the likes of which we’ve not seen aside from last year’s ‘Denim’ Premiums (and those had more of a herringbone stitch). Click through to see up-close and personal how this element defines the design and grab yours from the only store that carries this style: JD Sports.


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