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Organic Patterns Grow On The Nike Air Force 1 Low

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In honor of the Air Force 1‘s 40th Anniversary, Nike has effectively run wild with the silhouette creatively, imaging the classic in ways never-before-attempted. And though much more subdued relative to a few past releases, this upcoming colorway is equally novel, as its suedes are brushed with a unique, organic-like pattern.

Not all of the upper is overrun with plant life, however; the front half, for example, is more akin to the perennial “Triple White” colorway, with most panels dressed in said neutral. The lace unit and midsole follow suit, while the Swoosh and back tab opt for a marginally distinct, off-white corduroy. Underneath, the base of the suede heel is dyed similarly, better contrasting the faded greens printed over top. In complement to these, the lining and tongue branding are also brushed with a forest-like shade.

For a closer look at this newly-revealed Air Force 1, check out the official images below. These should hit select retailers and Nike.com soon, so sit tight.

In other news, official images of the Air Jordan 3 Black Cement Gold have recently surfaced.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low
Release Date: 2022
Color: N/A
Mens: N/A Style Code: DX3365-100

North America2022