The Ribboned Nike Air Force 1 Arrives In Knicks Themes

The Ribboned Nike Air Force 1 Arrives In Knicks Themes

An argument can certainly be made that not only is the Air Force 1 Nike’s mot iconic sneaker, but it is also the Swoosh’ most versatile, coming done up in a nearly countless array of color schemes, constructions, and more. Next up for one of the most important sneakers in history is a new entrant into its ribboned family that boasts some serious New York Knicks vibes with an orange tumbled leather Swoosh and hits of blue on its outsole and heel. Besides its ribboned sole embellishment and Wolf Grey upper, this AF1 ushers in a new-look heel that combines “AF-1”, “Nike”, and a bold white Swoosh together in a rather haphazard fashion. While not affiliated with the frustratingly lovable Knickerbockers, those dead ass NYC basketball die hards (as well as any other Beaverton loyalists looking for a new Force to add to the rotation) will be able to pick up this new colorway up from Nike.com and other Swoosh stockists very soon.

Nike Air Force 1 Low
Color: Wolf Grey/Habanero Red-Game Royal
Style Code: CD7339-001

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