Nike's SF-AF1 Mid Is Getting a "MUSHROOM" Treatment

Part of Nike’s fall collection.

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Nike has announced the latest colorway for the SF-AF1 Mid, this time dropping the silhouette in “MUSHROOM.” This is the most recent iteration of the silhouette, after seven colorways were leaked earlier this year. As well as “MUSHROOM,” that leak also mentioned a black upper and “Cargo Khaki” sole unit version and a “Neutral Olive” colorway. Like those other sneakers, this drop features a leather and ballistic nylon upper in brown, as well as a contrasting beige sole unit. The military and utilitarian influence on the other silhouettes announced is apparent in this one, with the colorway, industrial-style branding and ankle strap all referencing that aesthetic. The “MUSHROOM” SF-AF1 Mid’s are part of Nike’s fall collection, so keep an eye on the web store for more news on the drop date.

Check out the second stage of NikeLab’s bespoke project with A-COLD-WALL*, which was debuted at this season’s London Fashion Week Men’s.

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