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The Nike Air Force 1 Pairs Gum Soles With Hot And Cold Detailing

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After delivering quality made variations and a vast selection of vibrant pairs, the Nike Air Force 1 is set to loosely reference past motifs, namely the oft-used hot and cold combo that has dressed nearly every major Nike classic. But instead of bearing thermometers and temperature-themed iconography, this offering seems to err on the side of subtlety as the blue and red simply dresses the smaller details. Swooshes are coated in the warm tone almost entirely, while the aqua shades etch right along its outline; heel tabs then mark the back with what is effectively the inverse while the patch at the tongue prefers to follow in line. Tumbled leathers finish the construction in bright white, working in tandem with the gum sole to ground the design in a relative familiarity. Grab a detailed look at these here, and while they’ve yet to hit Nike.com stateside, they’re currently available at select retailers right now.

In other news, the Evergreen Nike Air Max 1 is coming tomorrow.

Nike Air Force 1
Available
Color: White/Chile Red-Glacier Ice
Style Code: DA4660-101

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