An updated, streamlined Nike tongue tab logo has begun to grace a myriad of the Beaverton-based brand’s lifestyle offerings. From the Nike Dunk Low to the Nike Blazer Mid, the trio of Nike Basketball’s OG hardwood toolings from throughout the late 70s and 80s now curtails the renovated collection with a clad “Navy” Air Force 1 Low.
Casting back and forth between tumbled leather overlays and a supple nubuck base layer, the entirety of the disparately tooled upper indulges in a dark uniform aesthetic with color-matched laces, tongue tabs and nylon sock liners. Featuring a seldom dark blue speckling, the Off-White coated sole unit pairs with the heel tab and risen miniature Swoosh above for a brightened contrast throughout, whereas the vibrant crimson and blue lowercase “nike” branding injects a futuristic finish amongst the opposing ensemble.
While we await further release details, in the meantime enjoy official imagery of the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Navy/Red” below.
For more from the Nike Inc. banner, the University of Michigan’s “Navy/Yellow” palette appears on the latest Nike Air Max 97.
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