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Floral Graphics Have Sprung On This Kid’s Nike Air Force 1 Low

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Throughout its 39th anniversary, the Nike Air Force 1 Low has emerged in a handful of ensembles inspired by everything from the fighting spirit of Mexican women to St. Petersburg rave culture. For its latest outfit, however, Bruce Kilgore’s iconic design has taken to the great outdoors for a predominantly “White” arrangement featuring multi-colored floral graphics.

Akin to the model’s most commonly-found iteration in places the likes of the Bronx and Harlem, the forthcoming pair dons “colorless” smooth leather throughout its upper. Mid-foot panels deviate from an all-“White” aesthetic in favor of a muted gold that complements deep navy profile swooshes well. Sole units on the Air Force 1 don’t follow suit, but labels on the tongue and upper heel panels do. Yet, their most-defining feature isn’t the non-“White” makeup, but their use of flower graphics; shades of purple, green and yellow animate these areas while nodding to the season at-hand.

Enjoy official images of the latest Air Force 1 Low ahead, and find pairs available at Nike.com outposts in Europe right now.

For more kid’s options from the Swoosh, check out some of the Dunk Low‘s most recent styles.

Where to Buy

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Nike Air Force 1 Low
Release Date: Jun 8th, 2021 (Tuesday)
Color: White/Multi-color
Grade School: $90 Style Code: DM3089-100

North AmericaJun 8th, 2021 (Tuesday)

EuropeMay 4th, 2021 (Tuesday)

Images: Nike