Sundial Yellow Brightens The Nike Air Force 1 High

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The king of 80s high-top basketball silhouettes is back with a vivid new colorway for the vacationing season.

The Nike Air Force 1 High, born in 1982, really need to introduction. It’s a statement piece that can complement a simple shorts-and-tees outfit or a high-end one for Fashion Week. Simply put, the AF1 design is truly timeless and at some point we all circle back to the original where it all started.

This Fall, Nike is returning to its roots as well, delivering the Bruce Kilgore classic in a simple two-toned take that, quite honestly, we don’t see enough of. An all-white leather construction is bolstered by a vivid Sundial yellow shade on the Swoosh logo, ankle strap, rubber outsole, and surrounding branding, achieving that classic Uptown look.

The best part about these standard AF1 Highs is that the MSRP is just $125, which in today’s market is highly appealing. We’ll let you know when these do in fact come in stock.

In other AF1 news, a second Terror Squad Air Force 1 has been revealed in white/grey.


Nike Air Force 1 High

SKU: DD8359-100

US 2023

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