A Vibrant Purple Strap Emboldens The Latest Nike Air Force 1 High “Moving Co.”

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The Swoosh has been known to assume the position of various fictional businesses and professional ventures over the years, as Bruce Kilgore’s iconic 1982 design continues to dominate Nike’s latest inline collection based off a moving company. After receiving a bevy of low-tops and a seldom Air Max 97 proposition, the second Air Force 1 High to join the fold further harkens the established neutral-toned palette.

Clad in its tan canvas construction, the midfoot Swoosh renders the collections stitched outline done in white threading while the silhouette’s adjacently placed thin bungee-cord laces accompanied by a metal lace lock proffer a contrasting rich black shade. Furthering the presiding lightened scheme, the tongues Moving Company tag bears the sole units color-matched Off-White hue whereas the ankle strap and embroidered insignia on the back tab introduce titular violets and bright yellow insoles to the equation.

While we sit tight on release date information, enjoy official images of the AF1 High “Tan Moving Co.” below in the meantime.

In other news, the Air Jordan 4 “Canyon Purple” releases this Saturday, October 15th.


UPDATE (02/02/2023):
The shoes are available now on Nike.com.

Nike Air Force 1 High "Moving Co."

SKU: DV0790-200
RELEASE DATE: Feb 2, 2023

US 02/02/2023 Thursday

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