Seafoam Green Illuminates The Nike Air Force 1 Mid

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The Nike Air Force 1 Mid may not be deployed at the same weekly rate as its low-top counterpart, but the resized Bruce Kilgore’s design continues to add a diverse number of offerings amongst the Beaverton brand’s clad-leather onslaught.

Recently, the mid-cut model ditched its typical 40-year-old tooling for canvas-constructed underlays cast across the vamp and quarter panel. Assuming its iconic Triple-White aesthetic, the ankle strap, mid-foot Swoosh and heel tab’s embossed branding comes cured in a lively “Seafoam Green” while the thick mesh that fills out the tongue is dipped in “Light Bone” as a complimentary conclusion to the summer-ready color blocking.

Release date information hasn’t been shared just yet, so in the meantime enjoy official imagery of the Nike Air Force 1 Mid “Seafoam Green” below.

For more from underneath the Nike Inc. banner, check out a first look at the upcoming Air Jordan 12 “Field Purple”.

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