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The Nike Air Force 1 Low “First Use” Gets A Light Stone Treatment

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As unveiled by Nike throughout these past few days, the “First Use” pack commemorates the day the Swoosh design became the brand’s official mark. The 39th anniverary continues as the collection unveiles a third Air Force 1 colorway—this time, deviating from tonal color schemes embraced by the two pairs that had emerged earlier.

While the previous styles consisted of the tonal “University Blue” and “University Gold” Air Force 1 arrangements, this new proposition boasts a white leather base complemented by constrasting suede overlays in Light Bone. This neutral shade also colors the medial side’s Swoosh, although the lateral side uses the pack’s distinguishing embroidered Swoosh outline and text reading “First use June 18, 1971” right below. For a final pop of color, University Red is applied to the heel tab and as a stripe on the white rubber midsole. A gold Swoosh lace dubrae featuring a single rhinestone completes the nostalgic design.

Enjoy official images of the Air Force 1 below before it arrives at the listed retailers in the coming months.

In other news related to the Beaverton-based brand, a retro mix of colors has landed on the Air Max 90 once again.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low
Release Date: 2022
Color: Light Stone/Black - Sail - University Red
Mens: N/A Style Code: DB3597-100

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