Despite preparing for Air Max Day 2020 with the Air Max 90 Medal Pack and launch of the Air Max 2090, among other projects, Nike has carved out time to celebrate Valentine’s Day and Easter. On the latter note, The Swoosh has already tapped the Air Max 97, which will soon be joined by the Air Force 1.
The 38-year-old silhouette has become a staple for Nike’s Spring-holiday celebration, given that the Air Force 1 Low has donned many a pastel outfit over the last decade. And though its latest Easter ensemble deviates from previous all-over color-blockings, the ’82 icon still captures the playfulness of pairs from yesteryear. Standard “White” construction sets the stage for “Barely Volt/Purple Nebula/Hyper Blue” accents that unite in iridescence at the toe box and heel. The violet hue also takes over “AF1” lace dubraes and complements the faint neon Swooshes on the profiles. Elsewhere, “Purple Nebula” also animates the tongue labels, though the color is simply a backdrop to the multi-colored cracked-egg graphic that’s become customary of Nike’s footwear for Easter.
While no stateside Nike.com release has yet been confirmed, pairs of the Air Force 1 Low “Easter 2020” are currently available at affiliate retailers in Japan.
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Nike Air Force 1 Low “Easter 2020”
Color: White/Barely Volt/Hyper Blue
Style Code: CW0367-100
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