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The Nike Air Force 1 Adds Transparent Panels With Visible Tape Stitch Seams

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The Nike Air Force 1 Low is an indispensible pair of summertime sneakers, and the Swoosh Brand has now readied three crisp new takes on the beloved low-top just in time for the warm weather ahead. Arriving in a bold white/crimson/volt, a sporty white/grey/orange, and a classic white/black/grey, each shoe features a transparent mesh quarter panel and toebox, both of which are complete with visible taped seams. These deconstructed details seemingly provide an indirect nod to the stripped-back design machinations of one Virgil Abloh‘s Off-White collaborations, and provide the stout Air Force 1 with a slightly more streamlined look. All three also feature Nike’s new redacted Swoosh logo — an alternate piece of branding that places a bar over the normal text hit that resides above the Swoosh — on their tongue tab, heel tab, and insole to complete the look. Enjoy a full gallery of official images below, and look for this three-pack to release on Nike.com in the coming weeks.

Nike Air Force 1 Low
Color: White/Bright Crimson-Barely Volt
Style Code: CI0060-102

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Nike Air Force 1 Low
Style Code: CI0060-101

Nike Air Force 1 Low
Color: White/Black-Pure Platinum
Style Code: CI0060-100