Double-Stacked Laces Adorn The Nike Air Force 1 Low “Pink Tapestry”

A diamond-grid upper adds even more flair.

Double-Stacked Laces Adorn The Nike Air Force 1 Low “Pink Tapestry”

Updated May 6th, 2024: The Nike Air Force 1 Low “Pink Tapestry” is available now via Nike.com.


Nike Air Force 1 Low

SKU: HF5128-902
RELEASE DATE: May 1, 2024

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Bruce Kilgore’s Nike Air Force 1 is totally reimagined with patterned fabric and double-stacked laces on an upcoming pair for Summer 2024. This inline design boasts the unique qualities of a collaboration with retro design cues of the 80s and 90s, a timeframe that witnessed the meteoric rise of the Air Force 1 silhouette at large.

The entire upper features a vibrant, retro diamond-grid pattern, but the inverse colors differentiate the base and overlays. The toe, eyelets, and heel appear in light coloring to suit the shoe’s various white elements, while the toe box and quarter fulfill a more complete pink/purple palette. If these treatments weren’t enough, Nike adds double-stacked laces a la Sacai in white and blue for added flair, matched by blue tongue branding. All considerations combine to produce an undeniably unique colorway sure to be a celebrated upon its eventual release.

Enjoy official images below and return to our Sneaker Release Dates page for updates over the course of the next few months. If you’re looking for a more tame design, check out the upcoming Green Apple Air Force 1.

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