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This Women’s Nike Air Force 1 Low Earned Its Stripes

This Women’s Nike Air Force 1 Low Earned Its Stripes

Over the past 40 years, the Nike Air Force 1 has infiltrated virtually every corner of the world. Since 1982, the silhouette has “earned its stripes” on concrete basketball courts and streets, European runway shows and other locales, making the newly-surfaced pair featuring orange tiger stripes fitting.

Exclusive to women, the upcoming sneakers fall in line with some of the most iconic styles of Bruce Kilgore’s creation from ’82, rocking a predominantly white color scheme across its upper and sole unit. Profile swooshes, however, deviate from their clean surroundings in an eye-catching orange coupled with tiger stripe patterns; upper heel overlays follow suit. Labels on the top of the tongue favor a patternless look and different orange hue, rounding out the Air Force 1 Low.

Enjoy official images of the pair ahead and anticipate a Nike.com launch soon.

For more from under the Swoosh umbrella, check out the latest KD 15 news.

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