Nike's Air Force 1 High Will Also See a Black History Month Release

Pan-African flag-inspired.

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Nike continues to roll out more sneaker silhouettes in tribute to Black History Month, with its latest coming in the form of the Air Force 1 High. Part of its “BHM” collection, the design draws inspiration from the Pan-African flag, with a tricolored pattern of red, black and green running across the front. Tumbled black leather and a white sole unit round out the construction, while pops of metallic gold found on the tongue branding and heel side BHM emblem adds a subtle touch of opulence.

Retailing for a price of $130 USD, you can look for the Nike Air Force 1 High “BHM” at select Nike stockists on February 1. In case you missed it, Nike recently revealed its 2018 Equality Black History Month collection.

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