The Bruce Kilgore-designed Nike Air Force 1 obtained a spot within the sneaker pantheon years ago, but its reached unprecedented popularity in the last five years. Unsurprisingly, the Swoosh has pumped a lot of energy behind the silhouette, especially as it’s inched closer to its 40th anniversary. For its latest proposition, the 1982-design has indulged in a simple “White/Black” color palette accompanied by miniature “Metallic Gold” swooshes.
As with previously-seen iterations of the oft-replicated model, the forthcoming pair primarily boasts a two-tone arrangement: “White” smooth leather sets the stage for “Black” profile and heel overlays. Akin to KITH‘s collaborative editions, the sneaker also dons a miniature swoosh at the quarter panel, which complements the shimmering detailing on the lace dubrae, tongue label and rear logo. Underfoot, the Nike Sportswear classic applies a clean makeup to its sole unit.
Elsewhere in the NIKE, Inc. family, the Dunk High “Syracuse” heads to retailers on March 10th.