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The Nike Air Force 1 Low Flaunts A Loud Repeating Graphic

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Four months removed from its 40th anniversary, the Nike Air Force 1 remains one of the longest-running silhouettes in the Beaverton brand’s lifestyle archives. While the versatile flat leather composition has explored a diverse range of outfits, few are as stunning as the repeating graphic that now lands on the Bruce Kilgore design.

Before the onslaught of “N’s” and “U’s”, a neutral-based palette is cast across the entirety of the model as everything from the nylon collar and laces to its star-studded sole unit comes coated in a lively “Vachetta Tan”. Shifting away from the tonal ensemble an unknown renovated logo attributes the tongue tab in black while the latter motif seemingly resembles broken cuban links across the tongue construction, upper and midsole – save the untouched heel tab, mid-foot Swoosh and tread underfoot.

While we await further release details, enjoy official imagery of the Nike Air Force 1 Low NU “Tan/Black” below.

In other news, the Air Jordan 4 “Military Blue” is reportedly returning for Summer 2024.

Where to Buy

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UPDATE (07/09/2023):
The shoes are available now on Nike.com.
UPDATE (06/27/2023):
Official images have been updated.
Nike Air Force 1 Low "United In Victory"
Release Date: Jul 8th, 2023 (Saturday)
Color: Hemp/Black/Summit White/Hemp
Womens: $130 Style Code: DZ2789-200