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The Nike Air Force 1 High “Hotline” Covered In Toll Free Number Graphics

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With the holiday season fast approaching, Nike is expanding the breadth of nearly all their staples, the Air Force 1 High seen quite a fair amount in a large number of distinct and often pattern clad appearances. Here, with what the brand fittingly dubs “Hotline,” the silhouette sees to various oblique prints, all splattered in thick ink.

A dark coat of black paint covers the leather upper in near entirety, while the strap, laces, and most fixtures adjacent match for a full stealth-like aesthetic. Dubraes are removed of their typical flat metallics and replaced with a large, numpad reminiscent pendant that spells “AIR” in thick embossing. Further plays on telephones arrives by way of the tongue patch in its playful “1-800” stamp as well as the all-over graphic whose thick text touts “CALL TODAY” adjacent to numbers and various stars.

Grab a detailed look at these right here and expect a release on Nike.com to arrive hopefully within the coming months.

In other news, the Air Jordan 13 Lucky Green is releasing very soon.

Nike Air Force 1 High "Hotline"
Release Date: 2020
Color: Black/Black-Sail-Vast Grey
Mens: $140 Style Code: CU1414-001

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