Red And Grey Swooshes Pair To Liven This GS Nike Air Force 1 Low

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While Drake’s NOCTA brand and Yoon Ahn’s AMBUSH are set to round out the 40th anniversary silhouette’s final collaborative offerings of the year, a lasting number of grade school propositions are additionally being worked into the Air Force 1’s final mix such as the titular red mini Swooshes accenting the latest “Triple-White” aesthetic for the youth.

Exploring a near-clad tumbled leather upper, save its ballistic mesh midfoot panel, tongue construction and nylon sock liner, crisp white colorless shades envelop the entirety of the latter embellishments in conjunction with its color-matched laces. Contrasted in seldom fashion, the forefoot’s embroidered Swoosh, upper tongue and embroidered heel tabs proffer a vibrant inclusion of crimson whereas the pair’s midfoot Checks indulge in a “Smoke Grey” outfit extending its greyscale ensemble through the insoles pinwheel motif and AIR branding wrapping across the clad white sole unit in conclusion.

While we sit tight on further release details, enjoy official images of the grade school-exclusive Nike Air Force 1 Low “White/Grey/Red” below in the meantime.

For more underneath the NIKE Inc. umbrella, check out where to buy the Air Jordan 11 “Cherry” ahead of its scheduled release this Saturday, December 10th.


Nike Air Force 1 Low

SKU: FD9772-100

US 2023

Retailer Time Shipping Release type Status Reminder
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