Royal Blue Hues Animate The Nike Air Force 1 Low For Kids

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The Nike Air Force 1 remains one of the Beaverton brand’s most successful silhouettes more than 40 years after its introduction. Come this summer, the iconic low-top model will be receiving an onslaught of colorways exclusive for the kids throughout their three months off from school.

Embarking on the brand’s widely-acclaimed “Panda” aesthetic, the Bruce Kilgore design’s tumbled leather upper enacts a split color-blocking as its vamp, quarter panel and tongue construction come lit up in crisp white shades while opposing jet-black hues contrast the surrounding overlays. Resuming the monochrome pairing across the laces, nylon collar and sole unit underfoot, a lively “Royal Blue” injects a titular swatch within the mid-foot Swoosh and both the tongue and heel tabs that receive colorless branded embellishments.

As we await further release details, in the meantime enjoy official images of the grade school-exclusive Nike Air Force 1 Low “Black/Royal Blue” below.

In other news from underneath the Nike Inc. banner, the Nike LeBron 20 is paying homage to the “Four Horsemen”.


UPDATE (08/01/2023):
The shoes are now available on Nike.com.

Nike Air Force 1 Low

SKU: FN8008-001
RELEASE DATE: Aug 1, 2023

US 08/01/2023 Tuesday

Retailer Time Shipping Release type Status Reminder
Nikestore US 10:00 North America Only Standard Check Site -

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