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The Nike Air Force 1 “Move To Zero” Emulates An Object-Dyed Look

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“Move to Zero” has become a key focus for Nike, the brand integrating its concepts throughout many a product line. And with the Air Force 1‘s latest addition to the family, the silhouette is opting for a muted feel reminiscent of something object-dyed.

In look, the pair appears not too unlike something from the mind of Samuel Ross or the Whitaker Group. The muted, somewhat faded red used along the forefoot and lace unit is only a few shades different from what what the two names have used prior. And when paired with the slightly translucent white heel and the yellows it hides underneath, this comparison only becomes more accurate. Elsewhere, black neutrals dress the Swoosh, circular design logo, and Nike Air tongue label, while the soft white sole displays scraps of red, yellow, blue, and the like.

Enjoy a closer look via the official images below. Size should hit Nike.com and select retailers hopefully soon.

In other news, the Yeezy 500 High Mist Stone lands first thing this October.

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UPDATE (11/19/2021):
Official US release date is November 19, 2021
Nike Air Force 1 Move To Zero
Release Date: Nov 19th, 2021 (Friday)
Color: Archaeo Brown/Light Bone/Volt/Black
Mens: $110 Style Code: DH2521-200

North AmericaNov 19th, 2021 (Friday)