Nike Brings Back the Original SF-AF1 Colorway to the Mid-Top Model

“Military Green” and gum.

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Nike’s SF-AF1 Mid model has undergone its fair share of reworks over the last little while, having recently dropped in “Triple Black” and a suede-drenched “Obsidian” version, amongst many others. The Swoosh has since decided to reach back into its archives to bring back the original Special Field Air Force 1 colorway. Gracing this mid-top model is soft suede in “Military Green,” which lands on the toe and mid-panel area, while ballistic nylon swarms the heel and collar region. The cored gum outsole sitting directly below ties the throwback design together.

Price and release date are not yet known, however, the hybrid silhouette is expected to arrive at select retailers early next year. Sticking with Nike Air Force 1s, a new white/tan color combo split silhouette has recently surfaced.

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