Nike Air Force 1 "Safari"

In addition to the Air Foamposite One PRM “Safari,” Nike has also cooked up this Air Force 1

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In addition to the Air Foamposite One PRM “Safari,” Nike has also cooked up this Air Force 1 “Safari.” Like the Foamposite version, this Air Force 1 features an upper dominated by the iconic Safari print. Here, the print is paired with grey leather panels, a black Swoosh and heel tab, and orange branding. The Safari print has been given a silver finish for that extra stand out effect which pairs nicely with the pop of orange used on the outsole. This colorway is available now at select stockists including Renarts.

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