With the Air Force 1‘s recent releases, the Nike design team have put the more minute details into focus, highlighting various parts with discernable tweaks all throughout. And after quite a few high quality upgrades and some ugly sweater inspired renditions, the silhouette seems to be inching a little bit closer to simplicity though with contrast stitch and opaque soles in tow.
Though primarily reserved in its coloring and construction, the pair quickly sets itself apart with a number of contrast threads. The swoosh, though cut from the same natural cream as the rest of the smooth leather construction, accents its edge with a bright red, a tone that also dresses the various branding seen at the barely see-through tooling below, the embroidery of the heel tab behind, and the tongue tab spaces above. Elsewhere, dark blues complement atop the lining while the lace and dubrae stick borrow from existing parts with white and silver metallic, respectively.
Grab an official look at these here and expect a release to make its way to Nike.com likely within the coming months.
Over on the Jumpman side of the camp, the Jordan Jumpman 2021 PF was just officially revealed.
Nike Air Force 1
Release Date: 2020
Style Code: DH0928-800
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