September 1, 2013 BY Patrick Johnson / 4
The Nike Air Force 1 Low has been hit with countless crazy markups over its 30 year tenure and today we get a look at a model that sports a metallic scheme with some subtle enough accents that make it ready for fall. Based on a white upper, the shoe features two shades of grey that are light reflective in a predominantly dusty grey scheme while a metallic pewter printed Swoosh is stitched in cherrywood red. Hints of yellow linger on the black midsole and Nike branding throughout. While a stateside release hasn’t been announced just yet, stick with us after the click for a better look at this upcoming Air Force 1 Low and let us know what you think.
Nike Air Force 1 Low
Dusty Grey/Metallic Pewter – Cherrywood Red
Photos via atmos
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Nike should begin designing AF1's like the photo I posted on my Facebook pg: http://www.facebook.com/SBMCustoms unlimited possibilities!
Not impressed with these but not the worse I've seen this year from Af1... Hope af1 finish up strong to a somewhat dismall year so far. These look kind of like a grade school sneaker...
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