Produced in great quantities this season, Nike’s Air Force 1 Low has been outfitted with several different themes in recent memory including streetball homages, Katakana lettering for its latest Worlwide Pack, and even plaid/denim fabrics for the Remix Pack with Foot Locker. Continuing to hone in on its decoration skills, the basketball-turned-lifestyle silhouette is now taking another stab at executing a military-inspired number.
Tapping camouflage patterns once again, this newest take calls attention to its tongues and quarter panels as each are formed with ripstop fabrications dyed with the disguising tiger graphics in which marry together dark olives, grey, and light greens. Moreover, if you peek at the Swooshes, you’ll notice they also feature camo patterns, but they are more so only visible when up-close given their tonal blend into its stealthy Swooshes. In terms of other regions of these Nike kicks, the rest of the upper/midsoles are left to a clean white presentation, while the outsoles toss in an extra dose of flair with their gum finishes. Check out a closer look right here and find these hitting Nike.com and select retailers likely within the coming weeks.
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