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More reserved in some ways and louder in others, Nike’s latest obsession — snakeskin toolings — is met once more thanks to the Nike Air Force 1 Low Sneakers as it outfits now in a bright yellow. From panel arrangement to the color itself, the pair stands out far from the rest: whereas the first iterations preferred white bases or earth tones, the latest sticks to the striking primarily almost entirely while placing the luxurious materials along the inner constructions. Overlays bear textural and sturdy suede materials with swooshes then contrasting in their blacked out appearance, accompanying white midsoles as the only neutrals of the bunch.
This month, we've seen the Purchase Nike Air Force 1 Low pay their respects to Miami, while also getting down right patriotic. As December comes to a close, the Swoosh brand continues their AF1 Low hot streak with the latest drop that perhaps gets inspiration from a fellow MLB team in New York? Would this Midnight Navy and White colorway be the perfect match for that Bronx Bomber fan in your life? We'll let you be the judge.
All stars, no stripes. The latest Nike Air Force 1 Low on Sale is back in an interesting American inspiration for mid-December in a look that would better fit the month of July than the middle of winter. Utilizing the Loyal Blue shade, a monochromatic effect hits the buttery leather and classic outsole while white piping adds some class. The noteworthy feature here can be found on the tongue, as the model skips out on the usual Nike Air branding for a unique white stars logo.
Bruce Kilgore's Buy Nike Air Force 1 Low is one of the most important sneakers in the history of well, sneakers. Created in 1982 for the purpose of basketball, nobody could've predicted that the model would go on to be a lifestyle classic with fans across the globe. The silhouette alone was responsible for two hit songs – whether you prefer Nelly's Air Force 1 or the Nike commissioned Classic by Kanye, Nas, and company is subjective and now you can choose what language the heel branding is in. The Nike Air Force 1 "Nai Ke" is an homage to how China holds the model in high regard, with the back heel branding replaced with Chinese logograms for a cultural transformation. Now the low-top is getting involved with this clean off-white and obsidian color combination.