A Collection Of Brown Textiles Treat The Nike Air Force 1 Low

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In the midst of spring, The Swoosh has begun coating its various lifestyle silhouettes in a myriad of textures. From suede to leather to nubuck, the latter trio collects atop the latest Nike Air Force 1 Low infused with a brown-scale palette.

Indulging in a tonal association of neutrals, darker tones oppose each end of the silhouette as its suede-treated overlays come filled with “Hemp” whereas its nubuck vamp and heel tab deepen the overall ensemble with chocolate browns. While the darker tone looks to further anchor the laces, sock liner and tread underfoot, a ribbed knit material envelops the tongue in a light caramel, color-matched to the hue of the mid-foot panel. Accompanied by Nike Basketball motifs along the insoles, “Coconut Milk” provides a lightened finishing touch by dousing the quarter panels, mid-foot Swoosh and rubber midsole.

Scheduled to release for $135 this coming holiday season, in the meantime enjoy official images of the Nike Air Force 1 Low  “Hemp/Coconut Milk”

For more under the Nike Inc. umbrella, check out the Air Jordan Retro lineup for Holiday 2023.


UPDATE (07/31/2023):
Official images have been updated.

Nike Air Force 1 Low

SKU: FB8878-200
RELEASE DATE: Nov 14, 2023

US 11/14/2023 Tuesday

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