Now that Fall has officially begun, Nike is experimenting much less frequently. The Air Force 1, too, has followed suit, forgoing crazier colorways for ones much more simple.
Nike’s latest take on the Bruce Kilgore-designed classic is exactly that, consisting of only two tones. White neutrals, as is typical of the silhouette, are used predominantly throughout the construction, dressing the entire base as well as the midsole, lining, and lace unit. Red, then, highlights the suede that forms both the Swoosh and heel tab, complementing the slightly darker and lighter shades that mark the outsole/sockliner and Nike Air branding, respectively.
Enjoy a closer look at this upcoming Nike Air Force 1 right here. If you’d like to add a pair to your rotation, they’ll likely be available soon at Nike.com and select retailers.
In other news, Nike is now selling used sneakers.
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