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Nike Establishes A New Venture With The Air Force 1 High “Moving Company”

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Nike is no stranger to founding make-believe ventures, as evidenced by the fictional Roswell Rayguns and their drove of Athletic Club releases. So their newest venture, a moving company, comes as no surprise. And over the course of the next few months, it’s likely we’ll see many a silhouette added to the team’s uniform, the first of which is none other than an Air Force 1 High.

This Air Force 1 sports a clean, simplistic look throughout its upper, with a light grey canvas making up the brunt of the construction. Cream midsoles sit just below, while blue laces and black grosgrain straps affix the shoe opposite. As for branding, the side Swoosh is kept minimal, outlined in a thread as light as the underlying base; the Nike Air across the heel tab, in contrast, is much more pronounced, sporting the same cool tone as the aforementioned strings. The “Nike Moving Co.” badges stand out similarly, with company markings outfitting the cardboard-like tongue label and sockliner.

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

In other news, the Air Jordan 6 Donda is selling for $3.5 Million.

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Nike Air Force 1 High "Moving Co."
Release Date: 2022
Color: N/A
Mens: N/A Style Code: DV0790-001