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Nike Air Force 1 Low Features Matching Tongue-And-Collar Color-Blocking

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Exploring more playful motifs as of late, the Nike Air Force 1 has been styled with numerous sorts of interesting decor such as Taiwan-style Swooshes for its upcoming KITH collabs, Regrind outsoles, and even “Thank You” plastic shopping bag graphics. And it’s next variation, while more modest, still plays into that more adventurous mindset by ushering in striking details of elevated sensibility.

Color-blocking against its angelic base layers and soles, arrives tongues, liners, and inserts all complenting by way of a faded black hue. Deep red embroidered accents land along the tongues which opt for a bigger-sized Swoosh logo instead of the usual Nike Air branding, as well as on the heels which stitch in flame-like shapes against its quilted background. You can view more images of the pair here ahead, and find these dropping likely on Nike.com and through select retailers in the coming weeks.

Elsewhere in Nike-related news, more detailed shots of the Nike Dunk High Pro Green have surfaced.

Nike Air Force 1 Low
Available
$110
Color: Summit White/Anthracite/Noble Red/Summit White
Style Code: CJ1629-100

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