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Nike’s “Broken Heart” Collection Includes The Air Force 1 Sage Low

Nike’s “Broken Heart” Collection Includes The Air Force 1 Sage Low

With Valentine’s Day just a week away, Nike has shifted its focus from All-Star Weekend 2020 onto the February 14th holiday as it continues to outfit its footwear in reds and pinks and with hearts. Now joining the previously surfaced Air Force 1 Low and Air Max 90 is a commemorative Air Force 1-variant: the Sage Low. Unlike its aforementioned counterparts, the women’s model toys with the idea of heartbreak – the last thing anyone wants to associate with Valentine’s Day – via broken “University Red” profile Swooshes. White platform midsoles and black leather/mesh upper construction are free of any other love-related motifs, but an included heart-shaped locket hang-tag rounds out this nod to the most (un)romantic day of the year.

If you’re interested in grabbing a pair, the Air Force 1 Sage Low “Valentine’s Day” is available right now on Nike.com (Member Access) for $110 USD.

Nike Air Force 1 Sage Low “Valentine’s Day”
$110
Color: Black/Metallic Silver/University Red
Style Code: CU4759-001

Make sure to follow @kicksfinder for live tweets during the release date.

Where to Buy

  • NikeAvailable (Member Access)

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