Nike SF-AF1 Mid Gets Ready for an Obsidian Suede Drop

Traditional leather is swapped for buttery suede.

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Nike’s SF AF-1 Mid continues its run with a new obsidian suede edition. The aforementioned suede takes the place of the expected tumbled leather while the military-inspired ballistic nylon returns to the heel area. Nike adds metallic gold as a complementary color on its industrial-like labeling and eyelets while the rest of the sneaker welcomes the deep blue obsidian hue. The dual zippers return to the heel for an easier entry in addition to the signature strap that surrounds the ankle.

Retailing at $160 USD, the Nike SF AF-1 Mid in obsidian suede currently doesn’t have a confirmed launch date, so stay tuned for additional information regarding this drop and let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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