Earth Tones Dress The Newest Iteration Of The Nike Air Force 1 “NAI-KE”

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Since its debut in 1982, the Nike Air Force 1 has become the go-to sneaker in dozens of countries across the globe. One such country that’s embraced Bruce Kilgore’s creation has been Japan, which has inspired special editions like the “NAI-KE” series.

A phonetic pronunciation of “Nike” in kanji, the latest “NAI-KE” proposition indulges in a brown hairy suede across its upper. Decorative stitching appears at the mid-foot, tongue and heel, further cementing the Air Force 1‘s Japanese inspiration. Lace dubraes also nod to the Far East Asian influence, while midsoles opt for a slightly-yellowed finish that nods to vintage sensibilities rampant in the “Land of the Rising Sun.”

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

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