The Nike Air Force 1 Low “Olympic” from 2004 Could Be Returning This Summer

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Although the festivities of the Summer 2020 Olympics in Tokyo have been derailed, Nike’s plans of offering footwear inspired by the international athletic events are still being put into motion. Some of which include more modern makeups such as their Air Force 1 “Worldwide”, while others serve as reissues of classic creations such as the “Olympic” Uptempos. Similar to the latter, the Swoosh appears to be doing even more archival digging as a retro release of their Air Force 1 Low “Olympic” from 2004 is rumored to be making a return this season. Directly nodding to the iconic Olympic rings logo, these. Sportswear classics arrange its rear color-blocking with multi-colored panels. Elsewhere on these kicks indulges in greyscale hues as black swathes the midfoot/throat, while shiny metallic silvers coat the Swooshes and toe boxes. Grab a detailed look at a pair from 2004 here below, and be stay tuned as we receive more information related to its 2020 release likely on Nike.com and select retailers.

For other news, here’s a detailed look at the upcoming yellow Grateful Dead Dunk.

Nike Air Force 1 Low “Olympic”
Release Date: Summer 2020
Color: Black/Metallic Silver-Chie

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