Introduced as a slimmed-down version of the Air Force III at the start of the summer, the Nike Full Force Low continues the Beaverton brand’s recent obsession with slightly modifying its classic heritage models. As the low-top trim builds out its inaugural roster of compositions, a bespoke greyscale treatment as overtaken the revitalized silhouette.
Despite mirroring the layered leather makeup of the Nike Dunk, the Full Force doesn’t fully indulge in the synonymous “Panda” color blocking that sees white and black panels effortlessly weave together. Instead, the revised model divides its tooling into a split treatment between a pitch-dark upper and blank midsole. Clothing the profile swooshes, midsole and the OG tongue tab logos, the crisp white interference marks a seldom appearance amidst the near-clad black upper and tread.
The Nike Full Force Low “Black/White” is expected to release in December for a retail price of $95. In the meantime, the pair can be seen ahead in detailed imagery.
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