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Nike Air Force 1 Low – Tropical Teal – White – Wolf Grey

June 12, 2013 BY / 1

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Single colored upper plus contrasting Swoosh and white midsole with contrast stitch is a recipe we’ve recently seen branched out into a few specific patterns on the Nike Air Force 1 Low. It works great in suede with gum soles, canvas designs with colorful Swooshes and nylon builds as seen above. This new Air Force 1 Low uses a Tropical Teal upper and Wolf Grey outsole for a cool look with a fresh feel thanks to the relative rarity of nylon AF1s. Let us know how these compare to the suede and canvas renditions after the jump, and pre-order yours for the July shipment from Titolo.

Nike Air Force 1 Low
Tropical Teal/White-Wolf Grey
488298-310
07/2013


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