Nike Air Force 1 Low – Purple Cracked Leather Sample

November 17, 2012 BY / 6

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No need to adjust your computer screen – what you’re seeing above isn’t elephant print. Here’s a look at a new cracked leather material done elephant-print style, with deep ridges on the upper material creating something that resembles cracked leather or even shattered glass. This Air Force 1 Low sample features this new texturized fabric on the toe, lace placket, Swoosh, and heel-tab on a purple/black colorway that at this point, is a sample. Will we see this new material on future NSW releases? Check out some closer shots below and let us know what you think, and we’ll keep you posted on any upcoming releases featuring this new print detail.

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6 comments
Thigh_pillowz
Thigh_pillowz

Think this is sick. Its a new design thats much needed. I wonder if nike will over do it.

TripleOG
TripleOG

I would like to see it broken up more or released as an iD design. Nice effect though.

TRoyBoy27
TRoyBoy27

that cracked leather is sick!

zamieo
zamieo

These are dope. 

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