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The Nike Air Force 1 Low “Orange Trance” Features Transparent Swooshes

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After several homages to Nike Hike, the Air Force 1 Low has returned in a vibrant colorway ostensibly inherited from the predecessor to All Conditions Gear (ACG).

Bruce Kilgore’s design from 1982 is faithfully followed on the latest Air Force 1, though “Orange Trance” is far from original. Accompanying “Lotus Pink” and “Pacific Blue” also distance this iteration from debut pairs, but their respective components go further. Midfoot panels replace traditional leather with durable canvas, just as surrounding overlays do with suede. Elsewhere, tongues and profile Swooshes don mesh, with the latter’s being transparent and reminiscent of the Jordan 4‘s side windows. Heel panels and midsoles proffer closer-to-OG compositions even with their respective rich blue and orange flair.

Enjoy official images of this vibrant Air Force 1 here below and head over to Nike.com right now to secure your pair for $110 USD.

For more new takes on classics, check out the Jordan 1 Multicolor launching April 9th.

Nike Air Force 1 ’07 LV8
$110
Color: Orange Trance/Lotus Pink/White/Pacific Blue
Style Code: CW7300-800

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